The Koniag Development Corp. has hired former GSA assistant commissioner Ed O’Hare to lead its Technology Business Sector, the company announced Wednesday.
O’Hare was the assistant commissioner for the Federal Acquisition Service’s Information Technology Services at the General Services Administration before leaving the agency in January. The FAS IT Services is the largest fee-for-service IT procurement and services operation in the federal government, with contracts exceeding $22 billion a year.
Immediately after leaving GSA, Dynanet Corp. hired O’Hare to oversee its business development and delivering services to state and federal government customers.
Now as senior vice president of the Technology Business Sector for Koniag Development, a subsidary of an Alaska Native Corporation, O’Hare will lead four Konaig subsidiaries in IT, telecommunications and information security. The companies are Koniag Services Inc., Koniag Technology Solutions, Frontier Systems Integrators and Professional Computing Resources Inc.