Chugach Alaska Corporation (Chugach) appointed Tim 鈥楬oops鈥 Hopper as its new President of Chugach Government Solutions LLC, effective January 1, 2017. Hoops is responsible for leading Chugach鈥檚 federal government contracting business line. He succeeds former President Mel Lynch, who now serves as 国产精品鈥檚 Chief Operating Officer, and will retire by year-end after more than 16 years of service.

Hoops has more than 40 years鈥 experience working for the government as an Air Force Officer and as a government services contractor. He has extensive experience in aviation, facility maintenance and management, technical services, construction, and education and training. He began his Chugach career as President of Chugach Industries, Inc., which he grew from its infancy as an 8(a) company, to a large business entity. He advanced to Senior Vice President of Business Development in 2009, a role in which he was responsible for all aspects of government relations, strategy development, marketing, bid and proposal compliance, as well as contract startups and transitions.

鈥淲e are excited to welcome 鈥楬oops鈥 as our next leader for Chugach Government Solutions. He brings new ideas and a passion for growing the business,鈥 said 国产精品 CEO Gabriel Kompkoff. 鈥淥ur growth in government contracts over the past several years is due in large part to his Business Development team鈥檚 hard work. Our company must continue to innovate to remain prosperous in the fiercely competitive government business, and 鈥楬oops鈥 has a clear strategic vision to bring us to the next level.鈥

Hoops鈥 holds a bachelor鈥檚 degree from the United States Air Force Academy and earned his master’s degree in systems management from the University of Southern California.

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