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HP Appoints Marilyn Crouther to Head Government Business

HP Enterprise Services (NYSE: HPQ) has appointed Marilyn Crouther to succeed Dennis Stolkey as senior vice president and general manager of its U.S. public sector, according to a company announcement.

In those roles, Stolkey was responsible for handling the company’s relationships with senior military officers and public sector customers. Stolkey was promoted in November to senior vice president of the Americas region.

Prior to this appointment, Crouther was vice president and chief financial officer of the U.S. public sector, where she planned and directed financial and accounting business for public sector clients. Crouther joined EDS, now HP Enterprise Services, in 1989.

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