REI Systems Hires Gene Zapfel, Jason McGill for Key Roles

Jeff Brody

As a result of recent growth within the company, REI Systems announced on Tuesday that the company has hired Gene Zapfel and Jason McGill for key positions on its executive team. 

Zapfel will serve as the company’s chief growth officer and lead growth across REI Systems, broadening and strengthening existing offerings and creating new ones in areas where government most needs reliable, effective, and innovative technology. He will also support corporate acquisitions.

McGill will assist REI Systems’ growth as the company’s grants management systems business development director. He will lead the growth of one of our core business offerings, grants management, by delivering on federal agencies' strategic vision, surpassing customer expectations, and collaborating with partners to scale and succeed. 

Zapfel’s career spans across three decades and includes executive positions at Unisys and Booz Allen, Gene strengthens our team as REI Systems expands services, staff and geographic footprint. 

McGill’s 20-plus years of IT experience, which included holding a senior position at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Grants Center of Excellence, will support the company’s goal of growing and expanding services in the federal grants management arena. 

About REI Systems

Since 1989, REI Systems has sustained decades-long customer relationships, providing technology-driven solutions that impact millions of peoples' lives. As a mission-first technology solutions provider, we specialize in grant management, analytics, Agile software development, CI/CD, DevSecOps, application modernization, and platform-based solutions. We also provide advice that complements technology, such as strategy, change management, communications, IT investment analysis, and Technology Business Management (TBM).

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