Director, Acquisition Program Management Office (APMO)
Lorenzo J. Falgiano
Mr. Falgiano serves as the Director of the Acquisition Program Management Office (APMO) with oversight of the CIMS, MCTA, and APHIR - CDC wide contracts totaling over $5 billion in contract services for the agency. These IDIQ, task order contract mechanisms provide CDC program offices with access to contracted services in Information Technology, Information Management, Management Consulting/Technical Services, and Public Health Research & Development.
Lorenzo began his government career at Warner Robins Air Force Base (WRAFB) in 1983, working as a contract specialist in the acquisition of F-15 aircraft, helicopters, and radar systems before transferring to the Procurement and Grants Office (PGO) at CDC in 1988. Shortly after 9/11 he and his team were detailed, to the DHHS Office of Emergency Preparedness and Response, implementing Project Bio-shield for the acquisition and development of new vaccines and medical countermeasures for the CDC Strategic National Stockpile. Over the years he served as a team leader and branch chief in PGO until 2007. He then departed for an opportunity to oversee the A-76 Competitive Sourcing Activity, returning to PGO from 2010 -2011, until taking over the APMO in 2012.
Lorenzo received his B.S., Political Science, from Georgia College and State University in 1982; he holds a Level IV Acquisition Manager certificate from DHHS (and held unlimited Contracting Officer warrants during his acquisition career), and is certified as a Level II Contracting Officer Representative; prior to joining government service he served in the United States Air Force, and held a Georgia Advanced Paramedic license for five years working in the State of Georgia.