ASRC Federal Names Colonel (Ret) Richard “Chip” Terry Vice President and Client Relations Executive for Federal Health and Defense Programs

Beltsville, Md., Nov. 9, 2017 –  ASRC Federal has named retired Air Force Colonel Richard “Chip” Terry vice president and client relations executive for Federal Health and Defense Programs. Terry will provide strategic leadership to advance and foster ASRC Federal’s partnerships with customers across military and civilian health agencies, as well as with the Department of Defense and Veterans Affairs. 

“We are delighted to welcome Colonel Terry to our team,” said Mark Gray, ASRC Federal president and CEO. “His expertise and leadership in health information technology and military health systems are recognized throughout the civilian and defense health industry. Chip is an enterprise leader who drives tailored, responsive support to agencies and brings the qualities to this position that will deliver great value to our government customers and industry partners.”

Before joining ASRC Federal, Terry most recently served as the Acting Military Health System (MHS) Chief Information Officer and Acting Director, Health Information Technology (HIT) (J-6), at the Defense Health Agency in Falls Church, Virginia, where he was responsible for global HIT operations supporting the Army, Navy and Air Force in more than one thousand locations.

Throughout his 30-year military career, he has served in a variety of senior executive healthcare leadership positions including Chief Information Officer for the Air Force Medical Service; Vice Commander for the Air Force Medical Support Agency; and Air Force Headquarters Deputy Assistant Surgeon General, Modernization.

Terry was commissioned as a second lieutenant in May 1987 after receiving a bachelor’s degree in business administration from The Citadel Military College of South Carolina.  He earned a master’s degree in healthcare administration from the Medical College of Virginia in 1997 and is a board-certified fellow in healthcare management by the American Academy of Medical Administrators.