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GTRI Names Steve Foster COO, Glenn Smith President In Reorganization

GTRI logo_GovConWireGTRI has appointed information technology executive Steve Foster chief operating officer as part of a reorganization effort aimed at increasing transparency for business functions in its 2013 roadmap.

Glenn Smith, the company’s current COO, will assume the role of president and also be responsible for marketing and partner management, GTRI said.

“These organizations play a vital role in our continued growth and success, and as such, these teams will report directly to me, ” CEO Greg Byles said.

Byles added Foster, most recently president and CEO of the Colorado Technology Association, brings to GTRI relationships with the company’s customers and experience in the technology industry.

While at the CTA, Foster led the establishment of a statewide work plan aimed at advancing the technology industry in Colorado, helping businesses grow and attracting new jobs.

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