2019 Fed 100

Federal 100: Mark Testoni

 

Name: Mark Testoni
Title: CEO
Company: SAP National Security Services

Giving back by upskilling veterans. As head of SAP’s subsidiary focused on U.S. defense and intelligence customers, Testoni has a hand in some of the government’s most challenging data-driven initiatives. But an independent nonprofit organization launched and supported by Testoni and SAP called NS2 Serves might have an even greater impact on the federal IT community. NS2 Serves provides a fully funded intensive technology training and employment program for post-9/11 military service veterans and Gold Star spouses. By the end of 2018, nearly 250 people had graduated from the program, and 100 percent had received job offers.

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