STG Promotes Darin Stolte to VP of IT Group in Civil Agencies Sector; Mark Jendzejec Comments

STG, Inc. has named Darin Stolte vice president of its technology services group in its civil agencies sector.

Stolte will oversee a business portfolio with close to $35 million in revenue and more than 215 employees.

“I started at STG a little over 7 years ago under a temp-to-perm arrangement in the STG contracts department and have since been promoted numerous times within the company, holding director-level positions in contracts, financial operations and business operations, ” said Stolte. “STG has always embraced professional development and promoting from within the company and really stands behind their business culture of employees first.”

The technology services group offers IT services, including enterprise network, security and server operations, software and application development, enterprise architecture, web design and data analysis.

It serves government entities including the Veteran Affairs Department, Agriculture Department, Department of Housing and Urban Development, and the Environmental Protection Agency.

Mark Jendzejec, STG Inc.

“Thanks to his diverse experience with STG business operations and understanding of customer requirements, Darin is going to continue to be a tremendous asset to STG as we build towards our future, ” said Mark Jendzejec, senior vice president of STG’s civil agencies sector. “Darin has repeatedly demonstrated the ability to manage and lead organizations. He understands how to leverage a group’s core strengths to improve prospects for company growth.”

 

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