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STG Employee, Deborah Gross, Honored with Canon U.S.A. 'Businesswoman of the Year' Award


December 16, 2004, Reston, VA
- STG announced that Canon U.S.A. has selected STG employee, Deborah Gross, as the Canon Businesswoman of the year. This is the second year of Canon U.S.A. Inc.?s title sponsorship of the award, designed to recognize an Executive Womens? Golf Association (EWGA) member who has demonstrated exemplary business leadership, entrepreneurial spirit and expert business acumen through utilizing innovative skills and technology in achieving success both on and off the golf course.

Ms. Gross was presented with the award on Oct. 30 at the EWGA?s gala awards banquet at Barton Creek Resort & Spa in Austin, Texas. The banquet capped the Association?s three-day annual conference.

As president and founder of the Dayton Chapter, Ms. Gross guided it to nationwide recognition by winning sectional awards for the largest chapter, highest level of member retention and largest increase in members.  Ms. Gross also served as a volunteer leader within her geographic region, the Great Lakes International Section of the EWGA.

Foreign Affairs Committee, the Dayton Area Defense Contractor?s Association and the Greater Dayton IT Alliance. Over the past twenty years, Ms. Gross has been a part of cutting-edge technology initiatives including the Satellite Global Positioning System, introduced at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, and was part of the team that developed the strategy to push Smart Toll technology into the U.S. marketplace

?Deborah is a critical part of our business development team at STG. She has brought great awareness of our capabilities to clients, specifically at Wright Patterson Air Force Base and the Defense Logistics Agency, and we are very proud that she has been recognized for her accomplishments,? said David Gardner, STG Senior Vice President of Business Development.

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Celebrating 20 years of excellence, STG has provided the U.S. government with performance-based solutions—using technology as an engine to drive our customers’ missions. Solutions are leveraged from our core competencies in information technology, applied engineering and scientific support. Headquartered in Reston, Virginia, STG is one of a small percentage of U.S. companies with an SEI CMMI Maturity Level 3 rating and ISO 9001:2000 certification—ensuring repeatable processes with high-quality, low-risk results for our customers. Visit STG at  www.stg.com