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Giles Kesteloot Named Blackstone Technology’s Federal Practice President

Giles Kesteloot

Giles Kesteloot, formerly managing of Blackstone Technology Group’s federal practice, has been promoted to president of the division at the San Francisco, California-based based information technology platforms and services provider.

Blackstone CEO David Mysona said in a statement published Thursday Giles’ leadership has helped the company bring Silicon Valley’s innovation and creative thinking to the federal government.

Arlington, Virginia-based Blackstone Federal is the firm’s government technology consulting services practice that was established in 2002 to deliver engineering, creative design and transformation support to federal agency clients.

Kesteloot joined Blackstone Technology in 2009 with over 20 years of technology and program experience in both federal and commercial marketplaces.

Prior to Blackstone, he held management roles at ThotWave Technologies and Integrated Concepts & Research Corp.

He previously served as a project manager at Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC).

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