"B3 Group, Inc., a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) health IT and leading systems integrator firm for the federal government, announced Kevin D. Rice as its new chief operating officer (COO)."
"Rice has more than 25 years of consulting experience across the federal, state and local government markets. Most recently, Rice was president of Prosphere-Tek, Inc, helping lead, grow and mature the company to more than 500 employees as well as managing $600 million in contracts across 13 federal departments. Previously, Rice managed the health IT business for Information Innovators, Inc. (Triple-i) which focused on the Department of Veteran Affairs and Health and Human Services. He also owned a services company for 11 years in support of multiple government customers."
“Kevin brings vast experience in the federal market and will be a critical asset in B3 Group’s continued growth and maturity over the next few years as we expand into new markets,” said Dwight Hunt, B3 Group president and CEO. “We are elated to welcome Kevin to our team as we know he will be a valuable addition for our customers and employees.”
Read the full press release here.
G2X TAKE: Led by President and CEO Dwight Hunt and Managing Principal, Brad Palmer, the team at B3 Group announced a big hire yesterday as they have now added Kevin Rice, an established executive who has led operations and strategy efforts for two of the most successful Primes at VA over the past decade.
From just a handful of people when they were awarded T4NG to now, this highly successful Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) continues to make the types of investments that position them for growth at VA and elsewhere. Big hires do not guarantee big results, but they do signify intent and this move shows that B3 is intent on serving as a trusted partner to VA for years to come.
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