C2 Technologies hires Fred Mills, Vice President, Human Capital practice, a transformational leader in the Human capital practice area.

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C2 Technologies hires Fred Mills, Vice President, Human Capital practice, a transformational leader in the Human capital practice area.

Vienna, VA. April 12, 2017. C2 Technologies, Inc. announced the addition of Fred Mills, Vice President, Human Capitol practice, a transformational leader in the Human capital practice area. As a co-founder of FMP, Fred has been a leader in the human capital management industry in the Washington DC area for many years.

Fred brings with more than 25 years of diverse experience as an entrepreneur, advisor, consultant, analyst, and technical specialist for public sector, non-profit and professional services organizations. His career focus is on enhancing and extending public institutional capacity and performance through strategic analysis and planning; effective workforce and human capital management; efficient organizational, work, and process design; and systematic investment in both collective and individual human capacities. He is also an experienced trainer/facilitator and teaches graduate courses in performance management and human capital planning at Catholic University.

Fred has worked with more than 45 different departments, agencies, and other organizations including USAID, Department of State, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Peace Corps, multiple Department of Defense components, United Nations Development Program, Public Health Institute, Drug Enforcement Administration, Customs and Immigration Services, and the Food and Drug Administration.

Fred is a graduate of Vanderbilt University and holds a Master’s degree in Public Administration from the Maxwell School at Syracuse University. He is also the author of a book called “Civil Disservice – Federal Employment Culture and the Challenge of Genuine Reform.

“ We are extremely pleased to have Fred join our team and help the Federal government address the human capital and organizational design challenges resulting from the reorganization, “ said Curtis Cox, President.