Nitin Vartak, former vice president of technology at Alpha Omega, was elevated to the role of chief technology officer at the digital, automation and cybersecurity-focused company as part of its leadership expansion push.
Alpha Omega said Thursday Vartak will be responsible for driving the company’s development of strategy to deliver digital modernization, intelligent automation and cybersecurity products to customers in support of their national security, foreign affairs and climate science missions.
“[Vartak’s] elevation to CTO will enable Alpha Omega to execute our core strategy of combining market-leading capabilities with deep domain expertise to develop real solutions to our Agency partners’ most pressing challenges,” commented Mike Deutsch, chief operating officer of Alpha Omega.
The CTO has been with Alpha Omega since April 2018, joining the company as director of solutions and universal design and then transitioning to senior director of solutions and to VP of technology. He also has almost two decades of government and industry experience in technology, digital strategy and management.
Vartak’s career includes time serving at Optum Government, CGI Federal and departments of Health and Human Services, Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, Education, Commerce and Agriculture.
“As CTO of our rapidly growing organization, I will have a dual focus on both our customers’ missions and pursuing innovation and excellence so that we may continue to serve our country and its citizens,” said Vartak.