As President and Chief Executive Officer of A-T Solutions, Dennis J. Kelly, Jr. is engaged in operational leadership across the organization and provides strategic vision to ensure that the company delivers consistent, outstanding services to customers while achieving its financial goals.
A veteran of the U.S. Navy, he has more than 20 years of experience in the government services industry.
Mr. Kelly was promoted to President and CEO of A-T Solutions in 2010. He joined the company in May 2008 as Chief Operating Officer and within 2 years helped the company exceed more than $100 million in revenue. As part of this growth, the company made three strategic corporate acquisitions in which Mr. Kelly played a key role. In 2009, A-T Solutions acquired Accelligence LLC and Trancite Logic Systems. In 2010 the company acquired Innovative Technology Systems. These additions have helped A-T Solutions offer more value and a broader range of solutions to current customers while also expanding its reach into new government areas.
Before joining A-T Solutions, Mr. Kelly was President of TechTeam Government Solutions Inc., an $80 million wholly-owned subsidiary of TechTeam Global Inc., a publicly traded information technology services firm. As the organization’s strategic leader, he delivered robust, double-digit organic growth and identified and executed numerous mergers and acquisitions, managing their integration into the company’s existing operations.
Prior to joining TechTeam, Mr. Kelly served as Senior Vice President of Anteon International Corporation, a publicly traded $1.7 billion information technology and integration services firm serving the government sector. While at Anteon, he was responsible for the profit and loss of an information technology business unit, served as the company’s top business development executive, and was responsible for the company’s branding, communications, investor relations, and government affairs functions.
Mr. Kelly earned a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering technology from Roger Williams University and a master of business administration from the University of Rhode Island. He is a member of the National Defense Industrial Association and the Professional Services Council. Mr. Kelly is an active supporter of the EOD Warrior Foundation.