“He has had quite a spectacular rise within our company,” said Bob Sheaves, chief operating officer of CTI. “He’s critical in planning our corporate budget and making the decisions that are necessary to ensure we stay competitive.”
Sheaves said Getz has been able to rapidly assimilate some of the difficult contractual aspects of being a government contractor.
Last year, Getz was instrumental in devising four winning proposals for the Federal Protective Service, an organization within the Homeland Security Department. The project resulted in $2.8 million revenue growth for CTI and 30 new jobs.