Govplace Appoints Tech Industry Vet Troy Hartless as COO

Jeff Brody
Troy Hartless

Troy Hartless, former CEO of TLJ Capital, has been named chief operating officer at information technology reseller and systems integrator Govplace.

He brings 25 years of professional experience in the technology sector and will be responsible for Govplace's business development, sales, service and financial operations in his new role, the company said Tuesday.

Hartless previously spent two years at Callis Communications as chief revenue officer and led Secure Data in Motion as CEO.

His other previous roles included vice president of enterprise solutions for GTSI's public sector business, COO at Infodata Systems and international project manager at an Ericcson-General Electric (NYSE: GE) joint venture.

He holds a bachelor's degree in business administration from Liberty University.

Reston, Va.-based Govplace works as a value-added reseller and systems integrator of information technology products and services in the public sector market.

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