Renitalynette Anderson, former deputy director of business administration at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp,, has joined Quality Technology as president of the Maryland-based government information technology contractor.
The more than 30-year federal service veteran will lead QuTech’s corporate operations and strategic growth in her new position, the company said Wednesday.
She held a 19-year career at the National Institutes of Health, where she previously served as deputy director for NIH’s Center for Information Technology.
Anderson led the modernization of an enterprise network, a data center, telecommunication services, call centers and a high-performance computing environment intended to increase NIH’s capacity and security posture.
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