Knight Point Systems Promotes GovCon Vet Darin Stolte to Service Delivery VP

Darin Stolte

Darin Stolte, formerly a general manager at Knight Point Systems, has been promoted to vice president of service delivery at the Reston, Virginia-based information technology services contractor.

Stolte will oversee contracts staff and general managers as he works to monitor project metrics on a monthly basis and facilitate service delivery across the company’s contracts, Knight Point Systems said.

The 25-year GovCon industry veteran joined Knight Point in 2015 as a GM with responsibility over business capture operations and the company’s protection and preparedness division.

Prior to Knight Point, he worked for more than a decade at STG as VP for enterprise operations.

At STG, he led a $62 million business unit that supports a portfolio of civilian agencies that include the departments of Defense, Veterans Affairs, Homeland Security and Agriculture as well as the Environmental Protection Agency and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

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