Integral hires new financial, growth chiefs

The company is preparing to roll out an M&A program for 2023 in support of its top-line goal.

Integral Federal has hired two new C-level executives as the mid-sized government services company pushes toward its goal of achieving $200 million in annual revenue by 2025.

Manuel Mendez and Jason Siminski are joining respectively as chief financial officer and chief growth officer, Integral said Tuesday. Their appointments come less than a year after the company promoted Wayne Wilkinson to CEO from chief operating officer.

Rockville, Maryland-headquartered Integral is owned by its co-founders Renu and Abhai Johri.

Mendez was most recently a vice president at Amentum overseeing that company's functions for financial planning and analysis, plus government compliance. His career also includes leadership roles at the companies formerly known as Engility and Harris Corp.

"His two decades of financial leadership and proven success during dramatic growth phases for both private and public companies will be invaluable to our efforts as we implement a strategic M&A program in 2023," Wilkinson said in a release.

As Integral's growth chief, Siminski will focus on expansion efforts among national security agencies. His private sector career includes executive roles at Altamira Technologies and Science Applications International Corp., which followed tenure in leadership roles at the Defense Threat Reduction Agency.

"Jason's experience as both a government and industry executive, combined with his demonstrated expertise in overseeing growth strategy, fills a vital role as we embark on our aggressive strategy," Wilkinson said.