George Vlahos is Executive Vice President and a founding partner of BTAS. He has served in his current role since inception and is largely responsible for BTAS’ success in winning government contracts and expanding BTAS across the U.S. His leadership and oversight of the Business Development team has resulted in BTAS being awarded government contracts with a ceiling over $10B.
Mr. Vlahos began his career in 1985 as a Telecommunications Officer in the United States Army Signal Corps. He served six years in the Army in various positions of leadership dealing with Fixed Station and Mobile Combat communications. Upon leaving the military, Vlahos entered the private sector in the field of information technology, specializing in Internet standards, network architecture, design, and installation, with an emphasis on military applications. The programs he supported include GCSS-AF, CALS, JCALS, and the Air Force Integrated Digital Environment, or IDE. Vlahos is currently responsible for strategic business expansion and focuses on business growth in four regions nationally, which include customers at major commands and product centers in the Air Force, such as AFMC, AFOTEC, AFRL, AFTC, Space Command, and SMC. The BTAS customer base also includes non-DoD organizations, such as NASA, DOE, DOI, EPA, and the FDIC. Mr. Vlahos holds a BS in Applied Mathematics and an MS in Management. Vlahos is a member of the US Army Signal Regiment, AFCEA, and the AFA.
He may be reached at George.Vlahos@btas.com