Tom Anderson: STG Signs On for TechAmerica

Tom Anderson - Wyle, ExecutiveMosaicSTG Inc. has joined TechAmerica, the Washington-based trade association that represents service providers in the fields of business intelligence and information technology.

Private and public organizations, including nearly 50 federal agencies work with STG, a ISO 9001:2008-certified company that also holds an SEI CMMI Maturity Level 3 rating, TechAmerica said August 20.

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“The organization’s ability to connect with the CIO community and lead commissions focused on important technology areas such as big data and cloud computing are just some of the examples of why STG has joined TechAmerica,” said Tom Anderson, STG chief operating officer.

”We are pleased to join TechAmerica as one of its newest member companies,” he said.

“STG is a growing force within the government solutions market and we are thrilled that they are joining the TechAmerica community,” said Shawn Osborne, TechAmerica CEO and president.

Reston, Va.-based STG offers customers IT products and services in the fields of cybersecurity, enterprise network, financial processes, software management and systems integration.

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