GTSI names president, COO

Scott Friedlander has been appointed president and chief operating officer of GTSI, a company that provides enterprise information technology infrastructure solutions and services to the government, the company announced today. He will start Dec. 1. 


Friedlander will add operations and the IT Department to his current responsibilities at GTSI, which include overseeing sales, marketing, financial services, solutions engineering, and bids and proposals. He joined GTSI in 2001 after a 19-year career at Xerox, where he was responsible for the North America Solutions Group's public-sector operations.

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