Meet our Leadership
FedSync's small but highly effective leadership team brings decades of federal business management expertise. Using technology as our force multiplier, our leadership and program management office team can scale and reduce costs, all while executing without performance impediments.
CEO & President
Leading FedSync is Mr. Rahul Jindal, CGFM. Prior to starting FedSync, he was a Consultant with IBM Global Services and supported Department of Justice and Department of Transportation – as a financial and audit expert in the Office of Chief Financial Officer (OCFO). Mr. Jindal holds a Bachelors in Finance and Accounting from George Mason University, and a Masters in Finance.
Mr. Ben Thomas is FedSync's Vice President, a former government Senior Executive, and retired Air Force Veteran with over 30 years of government and private sector experience. Mr. Thomas has also held certifications as a Project Management Professional (PMP), Government Program Manager, and government Contracting Officer’s Technical Representative (COTR Level 2).
Ms. Joanie Rincon is an accomplished project manager she is well suited to lead and oversee corporate operations and program functions, ensuring on time delivery and highly effective program operations support. Ms. Rincon oversees more than 10 contracts, she is an SCA subject matter expert and has directly managed projects as large as 200 FTE - in multiple states and cross disciplines.
Business Operations Lead
Mr. Cal Kalaf is an operations subject matter expert and leader with over 30 years' experience, 20 of those being in health care administration. As a graduate of Central Michigan University with a Bachelor's in Personnel Management, he has experience with such organizations as Walgreens, Marriott, Verizon, BeneCard and Blue Cross Blue Shield. In his spare time, he enjoys walking and biking.
Testimonials from our Clients
"Management team has an exceptional history of reasonable and cooperative behavior, effective business relations, and high customer satisfaction.... Chief Executive Officer (CEO) maintains direct communication with the Contracting Officer and is actively involved in major or complex negotiations and changes to the contract.... program managers, supervisors, and training managers work closely with the Contracting Officer, the Contracting Officers Representative, and customer organizations to ensure requirements and services are understood and provided in an efficient and effective manner."
"Fourteen new positions were filled during the period. Thirty-one employees transferred to different positions due to customer or contract-initiated changes in a timely fashion. New hires were provided orientation and training prior to assignment. They filled positions within the allowed time, always prior to the deadline. [Deliverables] were always submitted accurately and in a timely manner."
"To maintain a pool of qualified candidates to support the contract and ensure rapid onboarding, [vendor] also invested in recruitment platforms and is utilizing automation to process new candidates. These innovations help to retain staff on the contract, reducing time to staffing, and build a community of qualified staff across a dispersed area."