“The addition of these accomplished Business Development and Sales executives makes MicroTech that much more capable to quickly respond to business trends, new market opportunities, and other economic factors,” said Tony Jimenez, President and CEO of MicroTech. “Integrating their tremendous talent and experience into our management operations strengthens MicroTech’s established position as a major technology supplier and customer service leader.”
Tracy A. “Moose” Amos / Sr. Vice President of Programs
Responsible for leveraging MicroTech corporate resources to optimize performance and expand market share on large government contract vehicles, Moose Amos is primarily focused on large Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) and Government Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) service-oriented vehicles. He is also responsible for maintaining strong teaming partnerships and developing relationships with other small businesses.
Amos brings to MicroTech 25 years of program management experience providing no-fail Information Technology support to the highest levels of the U.S. Government, Department of Defense (DoD), intelligence agencies, and to the Joint Service Special Operations Forces worldwide.
In his 20-year U.S. Air Force career, (ret.) Colonel Amos commanded the 3rd Combat Communications Group, and was Deputy Commander of the White House Communications Agency providing Command, Control, Communications, and Computer Information (C4I) services in support of the U.S. President, Vice President, National Security Council, and Secret Service. In the private sector, he served in recent Sr. Vice President roles at Light Professional IT Services and INDUS Corp.
Keith R. Malkin / Vice President – Proposals
In his new role, Keith Malkin provides the overall leadership, management and direction of the MicroTech’s Proposal Operations, leading a large range of activities involved with the preparation, presentation, and follow-up associated with all proposal development.
ITIL management certified, Malkin brings to MicroTech over 29 years of public and private sector experience in Proposal and Capture Management. He was previously the Director, North American Public Service Proposal Development at Accenture, and CENTECH’s Director of Proposal Development and Capture Management.
William M. Fisher / Vice President – Product Solutions
Responsible for MicroTech’s Product Solutions, William “Bill” Fisher manages the organization’
Fisher offers over 14 years of Sales, Account Management, and Business Development experience in the Information Technology field. Prior to joining MicroTech, he served in senior management roles with technology resellers like Spectrum Systems and GTSI.
Meg Coker / Sr. Vice President – Video Teleconferencing Sales and Solutions
Meg Coker is responsible for driving sales for Federal Video Teleconferencing solutions, as well as state and local customers. Her team provides mission critical secure video communications and real time collaboration for customers globally facilitating anytime, anyplace, anywhere real time communications.
Coker has nearly 20 years of communications and networking experience, beginning her career with AT&T leading large scale IT projects including Federal Video Programs. A former Director of Business Development for Verizon Business, prior to joining MicroTech, she was Director of DoD and Intel Operations at Polycom.
“Even though our new management appointments offer both strong government and private sector experience, their initial value is that they understand the needs and requirements of our Federal customers,” Jimenez said. “I look forward to working closely with everyone in expanding our customer base, introducing new markets, and further implementing our successful business strategy.”
MicroTechnologies LLC, (d.b.a. MicroTech) is a certified and verified Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) and a certified 8(a) Small Business, and delivers robust process-driven performance for mission success. MicroTech applies its regimented process, enterprise IT experience, and state-of-the-