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Carl Rosenblatt, Liz Renninger, Gary Stegman Join Acentia Business Development Team

Acentia logoAcentia CEO Todd Stottlemyer has introduced three new officials with at least four decades of combined experience for the company’s business development unit.

Carl Rosenblatt will serve as senior vice president for business development, Liz Renninger was appointed civilian sector VP and Gary Stegman was named senior capture executive for health, Stottlemyer wrote in an email Thursday.

Rosenblatt joins Acentia from QinetiQ North America, where he served as VP of business development and led initiatives for strategic marketing plans, marketing communications, customer retention and proposal operations.

Prior to his work with QNA, Rosenblatt served as chief business development officer for Pragmatics, a director at PwC and VP of proposal operations at SRA International.

Renninger transfers to Acentia from CACI International (NYSE: CACI), where she had worked since 2004.

The 20-year IT industry veteran served as corporate VP of business development at CACI and worked with executives across six different business groups there.

Stegman most recently led business and market development efforts at Planned Systems International as VP of business development.

He also worked for General Dynamics Information Technology‘s (NYSE: GD) ViPS company as director of proposals and capture.

At ViPS, he focused on healthcare proposal and capture and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services programs.

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