Jim Garrettson, CEO of Executive Mosaic, Presents John Vollmer, President of AECOM Management Services, His Fourth Wash100 Award

Jim Garrettson, founder and CEO of Executive Mosaic, presented John Vollmer, president of AECOM Management Services, with his fourth Wash100 Award on Monday. 

Executive Mosaic recognizes Vollmer for securing several large contracts in 2018 and supporting the company’s growth. We are pleased to present the most coveted award in government contracting to Vollmer. 

Vollmer joined AECOM following the acquisition of URS Corporation in 2014. As the president of management services, Vollmer provides an array of technical and management services for federal government clients including the planning, organizing and controlling the operating activities of over 17,000 employees in 70 countries.

Previously, he served URS Corporation as the executive vice president of operations for nearly six years. Vollmer possesses more than 35 years of experience providing IT, command and control solutions worldwide for military and other federal agencies.

Vollmer received a bachelor’s degree in business from Flagler College in 1979. He earned an MBA from Northeastern University as a part of EG&G’s Corporate Executive Management Program in 2000.

About the Wash100

The Wash100 award, now in its sixth year, recognizes the most influential executives in the GovCon industry as selected by the Executive Mosaic team in tandem with online nominations from the GovCon community. Representing the best of the private and public sector, the winners demonstrate superior leadership, innovation, reliability, achievement and vision.

Visit the Wash100 site to learn about the other 99 winners of the 2019 Wash100 Award. On the site, you can submit your 10 votes for the GovCon executives of consequence that you believe will have the most significant impact in 2019.

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