STG Hires IDIQ Management Veteran Gaulrapp to Drive Contract Wins; Lee Comments

STG, Inc. has hired 35-year industry veteran Edward Gaulrapp to lead its indefinite-deliver/indefinite-quantity contract service center.

Gaulrapp has managed major IDIQ contracts, including GSA ALLIANT, ITES-2s and DHS EAGLE.

He most recently worked for Dell Services Federal Government,  where he was responsible for the multiple-award contracts managed by the IDIQ PMO.

Prior to Dell, he spent nine years as senior vice president of business development at Centech Group, where he was responsible for the management and execution of all IDIQ programs.

“I came to STG because of the vast wealth of IDIQ resources they have, ” said Gaulrapp. “There is much untapped potential here, and I look forward to working with the IDIQ PMO team as we refocus and rededicate these resources into a class-leading solution center that will be easy for all of our customers and partners to use.”

Under Gaulrapp’s leadership, the service center will build teams to better respond to task order requirements and improve the quality of bids to the government.

“Ed brings an extensive experience managing complex PMO and IDIQ programs across a broad spectrum of environments, ” said Simon Lee, STG president and chief operating offier. “His relationships with large and small business companies will increase the participation and success level of task order responses.

Check Also

L3 KEO

L3Harris Subsidiary to Build Navy Submarine Sensor Under Potential $136M Contract

A subsidiary of L3Harris Technologies (NYSE: LHX) has been awarded a potential five-year, $135.8M contract to develop and test an optronic sensor technology for U.S. Navy submarines.

Chuck Brooks President Brooks Consulting

Chuck Brooks: Security by Design Needed to Safeguard Energy Infrastructure From Cyber Attacks

Chuck Brooks, a GovCon expert and president of Brooks Consulting International, virtually addressed the G20 forum Sunday, July 5, on energy systems cybersecurity during the Workshop on Energy Security and Markets Stability. Brooks told G20 member countries that connectivity driven by the adoption of industrial internet of things and operational technology has further expanded the attack surface and that energy infrastructure operators should implement “security by design” to counter cyber threats.