STGi bolsters growth plan with new VP of business development

 Tracy Denny joined STGi  in February as vice president of business development.

Denny, who will report directly to President and CEO Michelle Lee, will lead corporate business development, capture management, proposal operations and marketing functions for the government provider of strategic healthcare and human capital solutions.

He is also directly responsible for the development and implementation of STGi's strategic goals and initiatives and its corporate branding and awareness campaigns.

Denny brings 16 years of results-oriented business development leadership experience in the public sector market with a focus on management consulting, IT and professional services.

He most recently served as business development vice president at Serco Inc., where he led large, complex-solution sales, executed new market growth strategies, and managed a team of BD professionals in contract signings across federal, state and local government markets.

About the Author

David Hubler is the former print managing editor for GCN and senior editor for Washington Technology. He is freelance writer living in Annandale, Va.

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