Jeff Jancek Joins AMERICAN SYSTEMS as Vice President/Director of Live, Virtual and Constructive Training

AMERICAN SYSTEMS, a leading provider of government IT and engineering solutions and one of the top 100 employee-owned companies in the U.S., today announced the addition of Jeff Jancek to its executive team. Jancek, with more than 30 years of experience in providing military, civil, and business leadership, will serve as the vice president and director of the Live, Virtual and Constructive Training (LVC) Directorate and oversee this group’s business development, financial management, and workforce management goals.

Jancek will be responsible for the identification and prosecution of new business opportunities and the execution of the programs within the LVC Directorate within AMERICAN SYSTEMS’ Custom Solutions offering. In addition to business development, Jancek will oversee all activities related to program, project, and technical performance and contract, financial, and personnel management.

“In his new role as vice president/director of the LVC Directorate, Jeff will pioneer new opportunities and elevate existing programs, and we expect that he will act as a significant growth catalyst for an important and long-standing facet of the company,” said Pete Pflugrath, vice president and GM of Custom Solutions for AMERICAN SYSTEMS. “AMERICAN SYSTEMS has been named a Top 100 Simulation and Training company for the past nine years, and bringing Jeff on board will ensure that we remain a leader in this field.”

Jancek brings more than 15 years of private sector experience in business development, consulting, and training management to his position at AMERICAN SYSTEMS, following a 22-year career with the U.S. Army. Prior to joining AMERICAN SYSTEMS, Jancek held senior positions at Camber Corporation, SAIC, and Northrop Grumman. He is a graduate of the Defense Acquisition University (DAU-PM), was a Warranted Government Contracting Officer and is an Executive Contracting professional from the Material Acquisition Management (MAM) School. He earned a Masters in Education Degree (MEd) from Springfield (MA) College and a B.S. in Engineering from the United States Military Academy, West Point.