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TechAmerica hires state/local VP

Russ Guarna, TechAmerica

TechAmerica has bolstered its public-sector operations, adding Russ Guarna as vice president for public sector/state and local government.

Guarna joins Mike Hettinger, senior vice president for the public sector, as recent additions to TechAmerica's public sector group.

Guarna was formerly deputy director of the statewide technology procurement division in California's Department of Technology.

In that role, Guarna led a team of procurement specialists in the acquisition of large-scale IT integrated solutions and the next generation of telecommunication and public safety communications contracts.

He has also served as deputy director of the California Technology Agency's program and policy management areas, providing oversight of the state's multibillion dollar IT project portfolio.

Posted by Mark Rockwell on Jan 22, 2014 at 12:54 PM


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