SRA CEO DiPentima to retire

SRA International, a provider of technology and strategic consulting services and solutions to federal agencies, announced today that Renato DiPentima, SRA president and chief executive officer, will retire as of April 1, after a 12-year career with the company.

Stanton Sloane has been selected as his successor. Sloane comes to SRA from Lockheed Martin, where he was executive vice president for Integrated Systems and Solutions since 2004.

DiPentima will remain a part-time employee and board member, and will work closely with Sloane to facilitate the transition.

In a statement today, SRA Chairman Ernst Volgenau said, “Stan has demonstrated an extraordinary record of success first at [General Electric] Aerospace and then at Lockheed Martin. He brings valuable experience not only in SRA core competencies but also in a wide range of engineering services that will provide new avenues of growth for the company, including the Department of Defense and the intelligence community. Stan will build on the excellent achievements of Renny DiPentima.”

DiPentima said, “We have selected an outstanding new CEO for SRA, and I am confident about working with Stan to ensure a smooth transition to such a capable and experienced executive. After Stan becomes CEO on April 2, I intend to help SRA in every way possible, with its customers, employees and stockholders.”

Sloane began his career at GE Aerospace in 1984 and progressed through engineering, program management and business development assignments in a variety of GE Aerospace and subsequently Lockheed Martin businesses. He also was an officer in the Navy.

A native of Miami, Sloane holds a Bachelor of Science degree in professional studies, aeronautics, from Barry University, a master’s degree in human resources management from Pepperdine University and a doctorate of management from Case Western Reserve University.

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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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