NGA.NET U.S. Public Sector Appoints Bryan Hochstein Vice President of Customer Experience

  NGA.NET U.S. Public Sector Appoints Bryan Hochstein Vice President of
  Customer Experience

   Federal Talent Acquisition Veteran Joins Company to Drive the Continuous
       Development of Customer Relations within the U.S. Public Sector

Business Wire

ARLINGTON, Va. -- January 15, 2013

NGA.NET U.S. Public Sector, delivering talent acquisition and management
solutions to optimize workforce performance, today announced Bryan Hochstein
as vice president of customer experience. In this role, Hochstein will be
tasked with leading all aspects of customer experience, from account
management to customer support.

“Bryan has an in-depth understanding of the decisions that fuel federal
hiring, the U.S. federal marketplace and the role that technology plays in
bringing these two elements together,” said Liam Ackland, President NGA.NET
North America. “As NGA.NET continues to expand within the U.S. public sector,
Bryan’s understanding of how technology can best drive client outcomes,
combined with practical experiences, will help customers better meet their
talent acquisition objectives and help agencies fulfill the President’s
initiative on Hiring Reform. This strategic addition highlights our company’s
commitment to the market and emphasizes NGA.NET’s status as an emerging
provider for the U.S. federal government.”

Hochstein has over 15 years of experience in human capital management,
recruiting, staffing, talent management and government procurement and
contracting. With his knowledge of federal customers and their challenges,
Hochstein will assume responsibility for all aspects of NGA.NET’s customer
experience and will also lead a specialized Customer Experience team that will
encompass all account management and customer support functions. Hochstein
will focus on establishing the infrastructure required to deliver a
continuously improving customer experience, while growing and developing the
team within the organization.

Prior to joining NGA.NET, Hochstein was the inventor and co-founder of
QuickHire, an organization which pioneered talent acquisition and talent
management in the U.S. federal government. QuickHire was acquired by Monster
Worldwide in 2003 where he served as vice president of business development
for Monster Government Solutions until 2007. Hochstein also founded and led
KnowGov, a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) non-profit organization providing automated
services for public and government agencies to collaborate on Freedom of
Information Act (FOIA) requests.

About NGA.NET U.S. Public Sector

NGA.NET U.S. Public Sector, a division of NGA.NET, builds talent acquisition
and management technology that delivers the industry’s most configurable
workflow solutions required for public sector organizations to achieve
outstanding workforce performance. For over a decade, the company has worked
with organizations to ensure their HR solutions allow them to work
efficiently, build a talented team and create a thriving organization. NGA.NET
U.S. Public Sector offers its Talent Acquisition and Talent Management
solutions in the cloud to ensure users immediately benefit from regular system
enhancements with minimum cost and logistic impacts. Taking an agile approach
to HR technology, the solutions easily integrate into existing enterprise
systems so organizations do not have to compromise their business processes.
Recognizing the importance of metrics and measurement, NGA.NET U.S. Public
Sector offers unprecedented analytics and reporting to ensure users gain
insight into every aspect of their HR program. NGA.NET U.S. Public Sector is
headquartered in Arlington, Virginia. Read our blog and follow us on Twitter,
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