DLT’s Brian Strosser Receives Federal IT Industry Leadership Award

DLTBrian Strosser, executive vice president of sales and marketing at DLT Solutions, was selected as one of the recipients of FedScoop’s Industry Leadership award in November in recognition of his contributions to the federal technology sector.

“Brian is well respected in our industry for his vision and proven leadership, as he knows how to bring everyone to the table to create solutions that work for our government,” Alan Marc Smith, DLT president and CEO, said in a statement released Tuesday.

Strosser oversees partnerships and product and service delivery to public sector clients as part of growth strategies for sales divisions at DLT.

He has held leadership positions at various technology firms such as NetApp, GTSI, Sun Microsystems and World Wide Technology.

FedScoop CEO Goldy Kamali presented the awards in nine categories to 50 government and industry executives in the federal IT sector during an awards ceremony held at Hay-Adams Hotel in Washington on Nov. 19.

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