Kevin Nunes spent nearly 14 years at the Department of the Navy, where he gained “extensive experience in strategic procurement and federal contracting” with both the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Marine Corps, according to his LinkedIn profile. Most recently, Nunes served as the deputy for Headquarters Marine Corps Installations and Logistics (Contracting). Prior to that, Nunes established the Marine Corps Installations Command (MCICOM) Headquarters Contracting office and served as the director of contracting and chief of the contracting office. He also served as a contracting officer with the Navy’s Military Sealift Command, where he chartered commercial ships to transport military cargo around the world.
In March 2021, Nunes retired from the government and became a principal at Aminad Consulting, an advisory firm founded in 2015 that specializes in federal supply chain and operational issues. According to his Aminad Consulting bio, Nunes became part of “the Leadership Team focused on firm growth strategy, business development and providing subject matter expertise to our clients.” Aminad is registered to do business with the federal government in the System for Award Management (SAM), but as of June 2021, it hadn’t received any federal awards.
“Kevin’s deep subject matter expertise in DoD acquisition, along with his leadership and analytic skills, will help expand our rapidly growing DoD presence,” Aminad Consulting founder and president Lido Ramadan said in a press release announcing Nunes’ hiring.
In the release Nunes said he was “eager to help grow the firm.”
Kevin’s deep subject matter expertise in DoD acquisition, along with his leadership and analytic skills, will help expand our rapidly growing DoD presence.
Deputy Director of Headquarters Marine Corps Contracting,