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Dennis Stolkey Promoted to SVP of Americas Region for HP Enterprise Services

Dennis Stolkey, HP Enterprise Services

Dennis Stolkey has been promoted within HP Enterprise Services (NYSE: HPQ) and now holds the position of senior vice president of the America’s region, an HP spokesperson has confirmed to GovCon Wire.

Stolkey assumed the role on Nov. 1,  and is now based out of Plano, Texas.

The 20-plus-year industry veteran has led HP’s federal government services business since 2007 as SVP of the U.S. public sector. GovCon Executive has more information on his long career with EDS and other service in his executive profile.

Last week, HP announced that it had appointed John Hinshaw,  former vice president and general manager of Boeing‘s (NYSE: BA) information solutions division, as its new executive vice president of global technology and business processes – a new position.

Hinshaw will report directly to CEO Meg Whitman and oversee direct and indirect services procurements.

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