Steve Harris Appointed Dell Federal VP, GM

Dell logo_GovConWireSteve Harris, a 16-year sales veteran at Dell and an executive in the company’s public business group, has been appointed vice president and general manager of the technology maker’s federal government organization — Dell Federal.

He will oversee the company’s portfolio of federal government and federal channel business and work with George Newstrom, VP and general manager of the Dell Services Federal Government arm, the company said Tuesday.

Harris most recently led Dell’s education, state and local government business and has also led the company’s public healthcare sales organization.

Other previous roles include service as an account executive, regional sales manager and manager for the company’s advanced systems group, as well as a sales representative position in the higher education segment.

Harris will report to Bill Rodrigues, North American commercial business VP and GM.

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