Home / Tag Archives: Paul Fernandes

Tag Archives: Paul Fernandes

Former Parsons Exec Phillip Lacombe Joins STG Group as President, COO

Phillip Lacombe, former head of the commercial cybersecurity and secure mission solutions businesses at Parsons, has been named president and chief operating officer at Reston, Virginia-based government services contractor STG. STG said Sept. 6 he will lead the company’s efforts to identify new business opportunities and develop new platforms for clients in the defense and national security technology sectors. …

Read More »

Paul Fernandes to Retire as STG Group President; Simon Lee Comments

Paul Fernandes, president of the government services contractor STG Group, will retire from his role by the end of 2016 after a 12-year career at the Reston, Virginia-based company. STG said Thursday Fernandes plans to stay in the role until the end of the year as the company works to identify and appoint a CEO. …

Read More »

Tim Denning Named STG Business Development VP; Paul Fernandes Comments

Tim Denning, director of IDIQ management at STG since 2014, has been named vice president for business development at the Reston, Virginia-based information technology services contractor. Denning will be responsible for helping develop and implement the company’s organic growth strategies and will lead its business development and capture functions in his new position, STG said Wednesday. …

Read More »

Former Parsons Exec Joseph Nicholas Named STG SVP, Cyber Sector Lead

Joseph Nicholas, formerly vice president of the cyber intelligence and operations sector at Parsons, will join Reston, Virginia-based information technology services contractor STG on May 23 as senior vice president and sector leader for cybersecurity and secure information systems. He will oversee the company’s efforts to develop IT platforms intended to …

Read More »

GDEF Completes STG Acquisition; Simon Lee to Chair Merged Company’s Board

Acquisition firm Global Defense & National Security Systems (Nasdaq: GDEF) has wrapped up its purchase of information technology services contractor STG for $165.5 million in cash and stock. The deal seeks to integrate STG’s federal government sector clients and cyber and software platforms with GDEF’s network of partners in the national security and defense sectors, STG …

Read More »

CRGT Vet Charles Cosgrove Joins STG as CFO; Paul Fernandes Comments

Charles Cosgrove, formerly chief financial officer at systems integrator CRGT, will join Reston, Va.-based government contractor STG in the same role on Nov. 6. “Cosgrove has the ideal combination of experience as a public company CFO with in-depth knowledge of the U.S. federal government and technology markets, ” Paul Fernandes, president and …

Read More »

Acquisition Company GDEF to Buy STG in $165M Cash-Stock Deal

Acquisition company Global Defense & National Security Systems (NASDAQ: GDEF) has agreed to purchase Reston, Va.-based government contractor STG for approximately $165.5 million in cash and stock,  GDEF said Wednesday. GDEF expects to close the $10.55-per-share transaction in the third quarter of the company’s 2015 fiscal year and the deal is subject to the approval of its shareholders. The company’s fiscal …

Read More »

Paul Fernandes: STG Extends IT Support at Forts Belvoir, Huachuca

STG has received a one-year, $3.8 million contract to provide IT planning, development, migration, implementation and sustainment support to the chief of staff and assistant chief of staff at the U.S. Army Network Enterprise Technology Command. Glenn Davis, general manager of STG’s enterprise services sector,  said Thursday that the company has been a NETCOM G-6 …

Read More »

STG Names Apptis, Unisys Vet Rick Attilio COO/CFO; Paul Fernandes Comments

STG Inc. has appointed Rick Attilio to the dual roles of chief operating officer and chief financial officer, the company announced Tuesday. He will succeed Paul Fernandes, recently promoted to president, and will be responsible for helping the leadership team grow the company from a mid-tier to a large-cap firm. …

Read More »