Stouffer gets a new job

Debra Stouffer, a well-known figure in the private and government technology worlds, has joined Digital Management, an information technology services company that provides secure transactions for government.

Stouffer was named to lead the company’s business development efforts after a two-year stint at BAE Systems as vice president of business development and marketing.

Prior to joining the private sector, Stouffer held IT positions at a number of government agencies. They included chief technology officer at the Environmental Protection Agency, deputy chief information officer at the Department of Housing and Urban Development and program manager of the Office of Management and Budget's federal enterprise architecture.

“The government continues to leverage technology to advance business transformation and demonstrate real mission results,” said Doug Keach, Digital Management’s executive vice president of corporate development.

Since the 2001 terrorist attacks, “there has been a sense of urgency to improve the government's ability to share information,” he said. “Much of the foundation is built, but the challenge is accelerating progress to obtain real mission oriented results. Stouffer will help steer Digital Management's government services in this area.”

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