Jason Verdugo

Jason Verdugo joined the USAF as a munitions systems specialist in 1991 at the age of 17. He served a tour in South Korea and multiple TDY’s including a rotation to Dhahran AB in Saudi Arabia in 1996 where he participated in logistics and EOD operations. He eventually specialized in tactical missiles and other precision guided munitions.

Jason left active duty and attended Northern Arizona University (NAU) and graduated in 2003 with a BS in History and a minor in Political Science. He went on to earn a graduate level Public Management Certificate in Public Administration and Government Budgeting.

He has worked for IGOV a large defense IT company and for Centurion Research Solutions, located in Chantilly performing market studies for government procurement as a military research analyst. While with Centurion he also performed RFP analysis and worked contract pricing estimations and requirements.

Jason spent a small stint at KMS Solutions, LLC located in Alexandria, Virginia. He specialized in contracts pricing, administration and wrap rate analysis to include related proposal development and production, pricing narratives, spreadsheets and past performances. Multiple awards were made from submissions generating the company cash flow.


Jason currently is a Navy civilian working for the Space Sciences division at the Naval Research Laboratory as a Financial Manager.


All opinions are strictly his own and have no connection to or representation of the Federal government.

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