The Washington Times - January 17, 2011, 04:10PM

On Monday, Dell announced that it has named Richard Pineda to lead its Federal Government Services organization based in Fairfax, Virginia. Pineda most recently served as Dell Services’ Chief Operations Leader and as Vice President, according to an announcement from the firm, he “will be responsible for management of the business’ strategy, overall operations and long-term growth.”

He is a 14-year veteran of Dell Services, formerly known as Perot Systems. According to the company, “Mr. Pineda has been instrumental in the growth of the organization’s consulting, business process outsourcing and service offerings. He helped expand the company’s presence in the federal marketplace in the areas of financial management and overall IT program management. … Prior to his role as Chief Operations Leader, Mr. Pineda led the organization’s Department of Defense division as well as its consulting and professional services portfolio. In 2008 and 2009, his division achieved a 100 percent win rate on all re-compete competitions.”

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Dell’s announcement said Mr. Pineda “is a member of the American Society of Military Comptrollers, on whose board he served for three years as the vice president for corporate and retired members, and the National Defense Industrial Association. He also serves on the board of the Professional Services Council and is a member of George Washington University School of Business’ Corporate Collaborative Council (CCC).”

The firm also said Mr. Pineda “earned a Bachelor of Science in finance from Virginia Tech and a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in finance and management information systems from George Washington University.”