IHRC, Inc. Names Keith Smith Chief Operating Officer
Government-contracting veteran, Keith Smith, will lead IHRC's operations as the company continues its expansion in both public and private sectors
ATLANTA, Georgia – February 28, 2019 – IHRC, Inc. today announced that Keith Smith, former senior vice president at SAIC, has been named chief operating officer, effective immediately. IHRC is an international consulting and professional services company focused on providing support in science and health, information management, management consulting, bioinformatics, and global health.
Smith will oversee all IHRC operations, including strategic planning, client relations, and business development. He will also lead the Applied Bioinformatics Laboratory (ABiL) partnership with the Georgia Institute of Technology and IHRC Kenya Limited.
“We are excited to have Keith join IHRC,” said Mangal Swaminathan, IHRC’s President and CEO. “We believe his wealth of experience in the federal contracting arena, his solid reputation as a respected leader, and his impressive track record will prove invaluable as we continue IHRC’s strategic expansion of our client base and services portfolio.”
Prior to joining IHRC, Smith spent more than 30 years at Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) in various leadership roles including business operations, mergers and acquisitions, organizational design and effectiveness, profit and loss management, and business development. Most recently, he was the senior vice president of their Digital Infrastructure Service Line, which provided IT support to various government and commercial clients.
“I am pleased to join the talented team at IHRC as their COO and look forward to contributing to their continued success through supporting their customers’ missions and expanding IHRC capabilities to a broader customer base,” Smith said.
Smith holds a Bachelor of Science degree in industrial engineering from Auburn University.
About IHRC, Inc.
Founded in 2007, IHRC, Inc. is an international consulting and professional services corporation that specializes in supporting federal and state government organizations, international public health organizations, and industry.
IHRC offers a robust profile of services spanning the areas of science and health, information management, management consulting, bioinformatics, and global health. IHRC’s largest client is the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
For more information about IHRC, Inc., please visit https://www.ihrc.com/