Leadership continues to shine with new officers
[HUNTSVILLE, AL, February 11, 2019] – Redstone Government Consulting (RGCI) announced today that it recently appointed Courtney Edmonson as CEO, as it continues to expand its government contractor consulting services in the areas of DCAA Compliance, Proposal Development, Human Resources, Contracts Management, Accounting System implementations, CPSR, Accounting, Property and other DFARS business systems implementations, and more. In addition, RGCI announced that Scott Butler, current CEO and Board member, will transition to Chairman of the Board and Asa Gilliland, former VP of Special Projects, will take on the role of President.
In her new role, Ms. Edmonson will be responsible for the growth of RGCI’s consulting services and capabilities in order to continue to provide the highest quality services to new and existing customers, assuring our reputation for exceptional support, and promoting the personal and professional development of our consulting team.
“I am privileged and excited to be leading the very talented RGCI Team as their new CEO. RGCI is passionate about helping both small and large government contractors, by offering solutions to ease their administrative burden and allow them to focus on what is most important. Contractors are so vitally important to protecting our Nation. It is an honor to be in a position to grow and support a company that can contribute to the success of our Government Contracting community. I look forward to strengthening and enhancing the capabilities and knowledge that we provide to Government Contractors and building upon the success RGCI has already achieved,” said Courtney Edmonson.
Mr. Gilliland will continue his role in marketing and business development as well as serve as a Director-lead on major projects. As 2019 progresses, RGCI will implement many changes in the online learning area with new resources planned for our clients, as well as additional lines of services designed to assist existing and new clients. Internally, new project management tools and technical research capabilities for staff are being employed and Asa will be leading the integration of these new tools which are designed to better serve our clients.
“Innovation and staying on the leading edge of emerging client issues has always been a passion for me in my career and to have the opportunity to lead RGCI as their President is an honor. I am so thankful for the diverse team of experts that we have created here at RGCI and for our clients who continue to entrust our firm with their most complex and sensitive challenges. Since the beginning of RGCI, we have continually stayed ahead of the compliance curve in order to proactively prepare our clients for the rapidly changing regulatory challenge, known only to those in the GovCon industry. 2019 and beyond will bring many areas of growth for our firm and the GovCon industry and I am truly excited for the future and the opportunity to work with both Scott, Courtney and our team to exceed our client’s expectations.” said Asa Gilliland.
Scott’s new role as Chairman of the Board will lead to continued involvement by him in Redstone GCI’s strategic growth initiatives and will allow him the opportunity to continue his focus on charitable giving and volunteer efforts inside and outside of Huntsville. Scott’s passion for the RGC team and our clients will still be a primary focus for him in his next role.
Ms. Edmonson stated, “We are grateful for Scott’s leadership and guidance over the years with RGCI and look forward to his continued participation in the success of the Company. RGCI’s growth to one of the largest consulting groups, focused solely on the government contracting industry, is a direct result of Scott’s passion for our team and our clients.”
Mr. Gilliland noted, “Without Scott, there would be no RGCI. His vision and love for the Government Contracting community is what created RGCI and lead to our success as a respected, industry leading consulting firm.”
Scott Butler, who is the founding member of RGCI has been CEO since inception noted the following regarding his decision to grow the firm’s executive team,
“Since starting in 2012 RGC has grown from a core group of six consultants to a firm employing 29 experts and a wide-network of consultant professionals dedicated to supporting our clients with whatever challenge the U.S. Government may throw at our contractor community. I am confident in Courtney and Asa’s ability to continue the mission of Redstone GCI, because they have spent the last two decades dedicated to our team and our client’s success.”
“Over her career, Courtney has consistently demonstrated a progressive, strategic approach to business coupled with strong leadership abilities that will serve RGCI well going forward. Over the past years, RGCI has experienced great success in building an outstanding team of highly experienced consultants, understanding government contractor needs and responding with a high-quality solution, and continuing to provide exceptional services and deliverables, while establishing long-term relationships. Courtney is well respected by customers, partners and colleagues within the industry and her expansive experience is directly related to the areas of growth we are pursuing at RGCI.”
“Asa’s ability to lead complex projects for RGCI’s largest clients over the past decade will serve our Company well in his new role. As a thought leader within our organization Asa has been responsible for many new training and compliance offerings to our customer base during his career with RGCI. In addition to his technical knowledge, Asa has a passion for our clients and our team that shows in all he does.”
About Redstone Government Consulting, Inc.
Redstone GCI is a consulting firm focused on fulfilling the needs of government contractors in all areas of compliance. With a singular mission to help contractors through the multiple layers of “red tape,” we allow contractors to focus on what they do best – support their mission with the U.S. Government. We are home to a group of consultants made up of GovCon industry professionals, CPAs, attorneys, and retired government audit and acquisition professionals. From humble beginnings, as a small group of core individuals with a goal of providing DCAA/DCMA compliance and audit support, we have grown to a firm of over 30 professionals, with expertise extending well beyond our initial goal, now supporting compliance needs in most areas of a contractor’s back-office. One thing our clients can be certain of is that with the Redstone GCI Team in your corner, there is no problem too big and no issue too technical for our team to tackle.