Rich Erwin has been hired to serve as Gloucester’s new director of information technology and GIS, filling the position that has been vacant since previous director Scott Varner resigned in April 2016. County Administrator Brent Fedors announced the hiring during Tuesday night’s county board of supervisors’ meeting in the colonial courthouse.
Erwin, who was previously employed as a manager of information technology operations for a private business concern that served five companies in Virginia, will report for his first day of work in Gloucester on Feb. 1.
According to Fedors, Erwin has nearly 25 years of proven performance with Northrup Grumman, serving as a technology and engineering manager, systems engineer, software developer and process and quality manager. His duties also included working with the Department of Defense in a wide range of assignments managing quality assurance for multiple multi-million dollar programs ranging from $10 million to $600 million...
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