Former BTG, Apogen exec returns to federal market
Stottlemyer takes on CEO role at ITSolutions
- By Nick Wakeman
- Dec 08, 2010
Todd Stottlemyer has returned to the government market as the new CEO of Interactive Technology Solutions.
Stottlemyer, who most recently was executive vice president of the Inova Health System in northern Virginia, will replace Stefan Lalos, ITSolutions founder, Jan. 1. Lalos will remain involved with the company as a member of the board of directors.
ITSolutions was acquired in 2009 by Snow Phipps Group, a New York-based private equity group. In the past year, ITSolutions has acquired NetStar-1 and Peach Technology. The company provides management and IT services to government and commercial customers. Services include strategic planning, project management, infrastructure operations, data analytics, and network engineering and architecture.
Stottlemyer has a long track record of involvement with successful government IT companies that were later acquired by larger companies. He was chief financial officer at BTG, which was acquired by Titan Corp., which later was acquired by L-3 Communications. He also was a senior executive at BDM International, which was acquired by TRW Inc., and is now part of Northrop Grumman Corp.
His most recent foray in the government market was Apogen Technologies, where he was CEO. The company was built through a series of acquisitions before being sold to QinetiQ North America.
Joining Stottlemyer at ITSolutions as chief financial officer is Tom Weston, CFO of QinetiQ North America. Weston worked with Stottlemyer at Apogen and BTG. He was CFO of both companies.
ITSolutions is based in Silver Spring, Md.
Nick Wakeman is the editor-in-chief of Washington Technology. Follow him on Twitter: @nick_wakeman.