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Rich Pineda Promoted to Lead Dell Federal

Rich Pineda

Dell has promoted Richard Pineda to head the firm’s Federal Government Services organization.

Pineda, who previously oversaw the firm’s operations, will now be tasked with management of the business’ strategy, overall operations and growth.

“I am very excited to assume this new leadership role and help take Dell’s Federal Services business to the next level, ” Pineda said. “In this era of next generation technologies, federal agencies have an opportunity to take a fresh approach to their IT operations and implement newer solutions that will yield greater efficiencies and long-term, mission-enabling benefits. With our wide-ranging breadth of products and services capabilities, we look forward to helping federal customers identify ways to provide added value while helping keep their costs down.”

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