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Air Force Chief Master Sergeant Rod McKinley (U.S. Air Force Retired) Joins MicroTech as Vice President of Strategic Partnerships
Date:7/1/2009

McKinley Only 15th Chief Master Sergeant in Air Force History Appointed to Highest Noncommissioned Officer Position

VIENNA, Va., July 1 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- MicroTech announced today that Retired Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force (CMSAF) Rod McKinley has joined the company as MicroTech's Vice President of Strategic Partnerships. MicroTech is one of the fastest growing network and IT enterprise management providers in the U.S. In his new role, McKinley will provide strategic leadership, business development, and marketing support for MicroTech with a focus on IT network services, solutions, and products. He will identify and qualify business opportunities in all stages of the business life cycle, developing strategies, plans, and actions to successfully assist clients and industry partners in delivering best value, best practice solutions.

As an integral member of the MicroTech Team, McKinley will actively develop and nurture strategic alliances and assist in integrating technical capabilities to support opportunities in emerging markets. He will lead by identifying winning themes, ensuring clients' needs and requirements are met, expanding capabilities and targeting new business areas.

MicroTech offers Information Technology Support and Services, Management Services and Systems, Audio-Visual Telecommunications Design and Installation, Product Solutions, and Consulting Services primarily to the Federal Government and city, state, and local agencies -- managing over half-a-million IT users daily.

"We are honored that Rod elected to join the MicroTech Team," said Tony Jimenez, President and CEO of MicroTech. "His leadership, integrity, and commitment track perfectly with our corporate values and priorities. With Rod's proven reputation and credibility, MicroTech is now positioned to support even more clients as the recognized leader in the IT-enterprise arena."<
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