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Sevatec recruits DHS veteran, Troy Holmes as Vice President and Chief Solutions Architect

By: G2Xchange Etc. Staff

Fairfax, VA –  14 December 2018 -Sevatec recently “announced that Troy Holmes has joined the company’s Innovations Team to lead next generation technology solutions in advanced analytics, artificial intelligence/machine learning, and DevSecOps transformations.”

Pictured above, Troy Holmes, Sevatec Vice President and Chief Solutions Architect

“Troy recently led the most advanced IT modernization efforts across the federal government at DHS USCIS, and we are so privileged to have Troy select Sevatec as his top choice as he rejoins the private sector,” said Sonny Kakar, Founder and CEO of Sevatec. “Troy’s impressive career has been dedicated to solution architecture, advanced software delivery, and technology modernization. His in-depth knowledge and hands-on experience supporting large-scale Agile/DevSecOps transitions that leverage advanced cloud capabilities, will enable Sevatec to continue delivering increased productivity and efficiency, while making mission-critical impacts for our clients.”

Holmes brings more than 30 years of experience in innovative architecture solutions for software design and emerging technology in support of national security and federal civilian agencies. For more than a decade, he held senior executive positions at the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), the U.S. Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE), and the U.S. Department of Interior (DOI). Under his strategic and technical leadership, his high performing teams engineered…” Read the full press release here.

G2X TAKE:  Big investments do not guarantee results, but they do signify intent and this very fast-growing technology company, and EAGLE II Prime, focused on driving innovation in software, systems, and processes, is certain to have turned some heads this week as they add this established DHS leader who has a track record of driving enterprise IT modernization efforts.