Josh Salmanson Joins ECS; George Wilson Quoted

George Wilson, president of ECS

ECS announced on Thursday that Josh Salmanson will join the company as the chief architect and vice president of the Business Development and Operations division. He will support ECS’ trajectory of leading, innovating, and transforming technology solutions for public sector and commercial customers.

“Josh has demonstrated phenomenal insight and strategic skills throughout the course of his career,” said George Wilson, president of ECS and 2019 Wash100 Award recipient. “In addition to being a talented engineer, Josh is a leader and will have a lasting impact on our company and the solutions we provide our customers.”

Previously, Salmanson has more than 25 years of experience in technology, sales and business leadership. His experience includes a successful track record in solutioning, bidding, and winning large, complex information technology, cyber and engineering programs. He’s led growth and strategy for companies like Lockheed Martin and Parsons, designing, deploying and managing highly available, nation- and global-scale secure systems and solutions for defense, intelligence and federal civilian agencies.

“I am looking forward to working with this outstanding team to cover new territory,” said Salmanson. “Together, we’ll build on ECS’ strong foundation in technology delivery and continue to develop faster, more dependable secure solutions for the hard-working people behind our nation’s most critical missions.”

About ECS

ECS, a segment of ASGN, delivers advanced solutions in cloud, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), application and IT modernization, science, and engineering. The company solves critical, complex challenges for customers across the U.S. public sector, defense, intelligence, and commercial industries. ECS maintains partnerships with leading cloud, cybersecurity, and AI/ML providers and holds specialized certifications in their technologies. Headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia, ECS has more than 2,700 employees throughout the United States.

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