Board of Directors

Board Member
Dennis Stolkey
Senior Vice President, U.S. Public Sector
HP Enterprise Services

Up Close & Personal with Dennis Stolkey

Dennis Stolkey is senior vice president of U.S. Public Sector for HP Enterprise Services. He is responsible for the business group's relationships with U.S. federal, state and local government customers and senior military officers. He reports directly to Senior President and General Manager Tom Iannotti. Mr. Stolkey most recently held a similar position at EDS, as vice president and general manager of U.S. Government.

Previously, Mr. Stolkey led several key areas within EDS. As the vice president of U.S. Communications, Media & Entertainment, he was responsible for financial and sales performance, service excellence, and employee care. In addition, he led Global Network Design and Operations, with responsibility for all network services within EDS, including portfolio, engineering and delivery. He also had executive oversight for all customer, delivery, and P&L responsibilities for EDS' Bank of America account.

He also served as vice president of the U.S. Communications industry group, responsible for providing information technology (IT), applications and business process outsourcing (BPO) services for a broad range of U.S. communications customers.

Finally, as president of EDS General Motors (GM) North America, Mr. Stolkey was responsible for providing IT services to all areas of GM North America, as well as manufacturing for the GM Product Development and Manufacturing business units.

Mr. Stolkey joined EDS in 1985 to support telecommunications. In 1989, he became division vice president and had oversight for the GM and EDS voice, data, video and computer product lines. When he was appointed vice president of Airline Services in 1993, he became responsible for the Continental Airlines account. Two years later, Mr. Stolkey was named division vice president of Airline Services and Global Airline Accounts. He was instrumental in building one of EDS' largest units, Air Transport Services, which provided services to more than 120 airlines, air services, airports and air cargo clients in 26 countries.

From 1995 to 1997, Mr. Stolkey held various presidential positions within the Travel, Transportation and Logistics strategic business unit and eventually led this unit. Late in 1997, he assisted EDS and GM in developing new information technology outsourcing (ITO) products.

Mr. Stolkey was senior executive for the BellSouth account in 1998. Later, he was promoted to president, Information Solutions, responsible for leading a client executive team in growth, new business, service, and community activities. Before joining EDS, Mr. Stolkey spent 20 successful years at AT&T and Michigan Bell, managing operations, telemarketing, and sales and service organizations.

Mr. Stolkey currently serves on several boards in the Washington, D.C. area, including Northern Virginia Technology Council, TechAmerica Public Sector and TechAmerica Executive Council. His past directorships include Hoop Dreams Scholarship Fund, Greater Washington Board of Trade, System One/Amadeus, Wolf Trap, BTIA Travel Company, and the Detroit Institute for Children.