Agilex CTO Tim Hoechst Named Government Contractor CTO Innovator of the Year

Recognized by the Northern Virginia Technology Council and Washington Technology for Corporate Leadership and Customer Impact in the Small Business Category

CHANTILLY, VA - November 28, 2011 - Agilex, a leading provider of mission and technology solutions to healthcare, national security, and public sectors, announced today that Tim Hoechst was recently honored as a 2011 Government Contractor CTO Innovator of the Year. Hoechst is Agilex’ chief technology officer (CTO) and a member of the company’s senior management team. The awards are presented annually by the Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) and Washington Technology with Hoechst recognized in the small business category.

“I’ve had the privilege of working with Tim for over twenty years now. He embodies our best qualities as he's visionary, strategic, customer-focused and dedicated. This is a well-deserved honor,” said Agilex co-founder and Vice Chairman Jay Nussbaum. “Tim has played a critical role in our growth and success. Specifically, he has provided many of our customers with a technical vision and business plan to help them ‘Realize the Value of Information,’ a promise upon which our company is founded. Furthermore, he’s building a superb team that is allowing us to scale our operations, exceed customer expectations, and truly transform the business of government.”

The Government Contractor CTO Innovator of the Year Awards recognizes CTOs “within the region's government contracting community for their critical contributions to achieving results for their customers and their leadership within their own companies.” Candidates were evaluated in terms of their accomplishments between July 1, 2010 and June 30, 2011. The judges for the award included James Bohland, Virginia Tech; Harold Gracey, Topside Consulting, Jim Wiliams, Daon; and Craig Wolff, Pillsbury Shaw Pittman.

As CTO, Hoechst leads the company’s Technology Innovation Center – Agilex’ in-house research & product development organization – and serves as the executive sponsor for many of the company’s most strategic client engagements. He was among the group of employees that helped found Agilex in 2007. Earlier this year, he was recognized with the prestigious Federal 100 Award for his contributions to the Federal IT community.

Previously, he served with Oracle Corporation for 19 years. Most recently he was a senior vice president in the Public Sector Division, where he was the company’s chief technology executive for government clients throughout North America.

“The accomplished finalists for this year’s award set the bar high. Being recognized as a leader among so many outstanding peers is a true honor,” said Hoechst. “It is also important to recognize our entire team as I am simply the tip of the spear in terms of our technology leadership. It is a pleasure to lead such a great team. Together, we are making the difference in our clients’ performance that we envisioned when we started Agilex.”

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