Integral Federal has expanded its leadership team with the appointment of GovCon industry veterans Manuel Mendez and Jason Siminski as chief financial officer and chief growth officer, respectively, as the company aims to reach $200 million in annual revenue by 2025.
Mendez will lead finance and accounting, contract, program control and information technology and quality departments in his role as CFO, Integral Federal said Tuesday.
He previously served as vice president of financial planning and analysis and government compliance at Amentum and held leadership positions at Engility and Harris.
Wayne Wilkinson, president and CEO of Integral Federal, said Mendez’s 20 years of financial leadership experience during growth phases for public and private companies will be key in Integral’s efforts as it implements a strategic program for mergers and acquisitions in 2023.
Siminski will bring to the role over two decades of experience leading business development efforts and national defense portfolio and will oversee the implementation of Integral’s strategic plan to help the company expand its presence in the national security market.
He held director-level roles at the Defense Threat Reduction Agency and executive positions at Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC) and Altamira Technologies.
“Jason’s experience as both a government and industry executive, combined with his demonstrated expertise in overseeing growth strategy, fills a vital role as we embark on our aggressive strategy,” Wilkinson said.
In July, Integral Consulting rebranded as Integral Federal to reflect its focus on delivering intelligence analysis and IT platforms to government customers in support of national security missions.