GTSI Promotes Jim Sweeney to CTO; Sterling Phillips Comments

GTSI Corp. has named Jim Sweeney as its chief technology officer, where he’ll be the principal technology strategist for the company’s integrated solutions and services offerings.

Sweeney has lead GTSI’s virtualization and cloud computing consulting practice for four years and has more than 35 years of experience of developing and integrating enterprise IT applications and technologies.

In his new role, Sweeney will also lead cross-organization engineering panels, which include performance metrics and industry certification standards for engineers.

Sweeney served as a deputy commissioner on TechAmerica‘s commission on the leadership opportunity in U.S. deployment of the cloud earlier this year.

Sterling Phillips, GTSI

“Jim is one of our industry’s leading technologists and I am confident he will enhance GTSI’s focus on delivery of cutting edge solutions to our government clients, ” said Sterling Phillips, GTSI’s CEO. “Jim’s technical acumen and leadership skills will enhance the development of our engineering staff as well as our solutions offerings.”

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