NJVC Promotes Terry Grimm to Senior Vice President, Business Management Services

NJVC , an information technology (IT) solutions provider that supports the U.S. Department of Defense, announces the promotion of Terry Grimm to senior vice president, business management services. In this new role, Grimm will focus on driving corporate efficiencies through process improvements and the use of technology. He oversees contracts, supply chain management, resource management and program support, and reports directly to Jody Tedesco, NJVC president.

“I am pleased to welcome Terry Grimm to the NJVC management team,” Tedesco said. “Terry has been an outstanding employee for seven years and has served in a variety of leadership capacities, most recently as vice president, business management directorate. His leadership of the contracts and SCM organizations has been invaluable to improving back-office operations to the benefit of NJVC customers, partners and employees.”

Before joining NJVC, Grimm was an employee of CTSC, serving as general manager for a $50-million U.S. Customs and Border Protection contract, and earlier as director, contracts. He also was a contracting officer in a secure environment contracting directorate with the U.S. Department of Defense, responsible for managing all contracts in support of a $410-million classified program.

Grimm served with distinction as a United States Army officer, and was a contract management officer with the U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command in New Jersey and Panama. He received his bachelor’s degree in business administration and management from Glenville State College in Glenville, W.V.

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