NJVC, one of the largest information technology solutions providers to the US Department of Defence, has promoted Chris Andersen to chief financial officer.
As chief financial officer, Andersen is the chief financial strategist for NJVC. He also is responsible for overseeing financial management of the company, including the functions of accounting, budgeting and forecasting, cash management, financial risk, long-term planning, programme control, performance metrics and strategic pricing.
Andersen has 22 years of professional experience, including 18 years of financial and analytical experience -14 years in a government contracting environment. He joined NJVC in 2009 as vice president of finance, and managed the day-to-day activities of the 20-plus-member finance and accounting team, which included preparing financial statements, programme financial reporting and analysis, corporate and programme budgeting and forecasting, programme control, and proposal pricing.
Previously, Andersen was a controller with BearingPoint. During his tenure, he was a member of the financial and accounting team that led the company to become current with SEC filings and addressed and resolved many of BearingPoint’s complex accounting and business issues. Prior to BearingPoint, Andersen was with Science Applications International and held various senior financial positions, including vice president and business unit controller. Andersen led acquisitions and the integration of an acquisition and divestitures, as well as turned around a business unit with a poor audit record.
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