Scott Jones Named VP at TOTE Services

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Friday, October 04, 2013
Scott Jones

Scott Jones has joined TOTE Services as Vice President for Business Development and Strategy. In this position Scott is responsible for developing new business portfolios in the government and commercial sectors, strategic planning and contract management.

Scott is a retired Navy captain who commanded three destroyers and a destroyer squadron during his 33-year active duty career. After ten years in the enlisted ranks, he earned his commission and held a number of shipboard assignments in engineering, damage control and combat systems and is qualified in steam and gas turbine propulsion systems. Ashore he spent three years at the U.S. State Department as Naval Advisor, completed a Brookings Institute Fellowship on Capitol Hill as an assistant to a U.S. senator, and served as the Director of Operations for the U.S. Atlantic Fleet.

After leaving the Navy in 2002, Scott joined Northrop Grumman Corporation where he held a variety of senior positions in program management, business development, and strategic planning until early 2013 when he formed his own consulting firm focusing on providing tailored marketing solutions to companies doing business with the Government.

Scott is a graduate of Purdue University in West Lafayette, Ind. where he majored in Mechanical Engineering.

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