GTSI ANNOUNCES RESIGNATION OF VICE PRESIDENT
GTSI ANNOUNCES RESIGNATION OF VICE PRESIDENT CHANTILLY, Va., April 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Government Technology
Services, Inc. (GTSI) (NASDAQ-NMS: GTSI) today reported that its vice president and general manager-personal systems, Jon McNerney, resigned to become head of European sales for a recently formed publisher of financial investment software. R.M. Rickenbach, CEO and president of GTSI, stated: "We understand that relocating to Europe and gaining international sales experience are very important to him in furtherance of his long-term career and personal goals. As a U.S.-based reseller to the federal government, none of GTSI's management and only a few of its employees are located in Europe. Although we regret Mr. McNerney's departure, we wish him continued success." Rickenbach has selected AnneMarie Randle, director of sales, who has held various sales and sales management positions with GTSI during the past seven years, to lead GTSI's Personal Systems Division pending final selection of a new vice president and general manager.
GTSI is the leading reseller of microcomputer hardware, software and networking products to the federal government market. In January 1992, the company began reselling workstations and allied software and peripherals. GTSI currently markets over 10,000 products manufactured by over 350 vendors, including IBM, Sun, Hewlitt- Packard, ALR, Compaq, WordPerfect, Lotus, Borland, 3Com, Software Publishing, Epson, Novell and Microsoft. The company sells to virtually all departments and agencies of the government, all 50 state governments and hundreds of systems integrators and prime contractors selling to the government market. -0- 4/3/92 /CONTACT: Bob Capozzi, manager-public relations, Government Technology Services, Inc., 703-631-3333, ext. 1035/ (GTSI) CO: Government Technology Services, Inc. ST: Virginia IN: CPR SU: PER 286 04-03-92 15:32 EST MH-DC -- DC023 -- 4962 04/03/92 15:45 EST
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|Date:||Apr 3, 1992|
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