On October 24th, SRA International unveiled its new collaboration center, titled The Renny DiPentima Collaboration Center (RDC), at 1801 K Street Northwest in Washington, D.C.
The new collaboration and innovation center is for SRA International employees as well as federal and commercial clients. The center is named after SRA International’s Renny DiPentima, who served as President, CEO and Board Director, taking the company from $100 million to $1.2 billion in revenue.
“Renny is the model public servant and it was easy to name this state-of-the-art collaboration space after him,” said SRA President and CEO Bill Ballhaus. “His enormous successes in government and in industry are the direct result of his collaborative approach for creating innovative solutions to some of government’s most complex challenges. SRA is looking forward to working with our government customers and teaming partners in the Renny DiPentima Collaboration Center – to continue to bring people together to tackle tough problems.”
According to the company, RDC was designed to reflect DiPentima’s interactive and collaborative approach to serving the federal government. A likeable and well-respected executive within the business community, DiPentima was joined by his family and close friends at the Grand Opening & Dedication event.
“Renny walked the talk when it came to close collaboration with Government customers. He had a keen understanding that SRA’s approaches and solutions needed to respond to customer pain points and reflect deep domain knowledge of the Agency’s environment, objectives, initiatives, workflow, and business processes. Most importantly, he continually reinforced SRA’s value that customers came first and that SRA would go through extraordinary efforts to ensure that its customers were delighted with SRA’s work,” said Barry Landew, Managing Director of Wolf Den Associates.
Earlier this year, DiPentima was appointed to ASI’s Board of Directors. DiPentima is also a Senior Adviser for Providence Equity Partners.