Reston-based contractor Amyx taps two new VPs
Christopher Ziniti to serve as defense VP, Roman Dzialo to serve as strategic programs VP
Reston-based federal contractor Amyx Inc. announced last week it has hired Christopher Ziniti as vice president of defense and promoted Roman Dzialo to vice president of strategic programs.
U.S. Army Veteran Ziniti has more than 15 years of experience in the federal market specializing in logistics, information technology, security and intelligence. In his new role, he will oversee a unit that serves the Air Force, Army, Defense Health Agency, United States Transportation Command, National Guard Bureau, Army National Guard and the Defense Threat Reduction Agency.
Ziniti ‘s “experience working with some of our current customers as well as new ones will position us to expand in areas throughout the defense market,” Amyx CEO and President William Schaefer said in a statement.
Dzialo, a U.S. Navy veteran, has specialized in IT modernization, electronics and telecommunications for the past 20 years and worked for the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) as an application administrator and technician, and program manager, among other roles. He joined Amyx in 2015 as a program manager.
In his new position, he will oversee the DLA and Defense Information Systems Agency accounts.
“Roman has been critical to our success in the full and open market,” Schaefer said in a statement. “He is routinely commended by our customers for his dedication to quality and real understanding of the challenges they face every day.”
Founded in 1999, Amyx provides services including IT, systems engineering, cybersecurity and program management.