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Trump Nominates Synovision’s Bruce Jette as Army Acquisition Chief

President Donald Trump intends to nominate Synovision Solutions President and CEO Bruce Jette to be assistant secretary of the U.S. Army for acquisition, technology and logistics.

The White House released Thursday the president’s announcement of candidates for possible positions in the administration, including Jette.

Jette most recently led Synovision, which has worked with government and military agencies such as the Defense Department Office of the Secretary, Army and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to provide management and technical consulting, engineering and project management services.

He has previous experience in the public sector as strategic science adviser to the Army chief of staff, senior research officer with the Army Research Laboratory as well as founder and director of the Army Rapid Equipping Force.

He served as a brigade and battalion operations officer for some of the Army’s units based in the U.S. and Germany and is a recipient of service awards including the Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit and Bronze Star Medal.

Jette is an alumnus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the United States Military Academy.

The Senate received the nomination and has referred it to the armed services committee Thursday.

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