2019 Top 10 Small and Emerging CEOs to Watch

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RJ Narang, President and CEO, Renegade Technology Systems, Inc.

RJ Narang, Renegade Technology Systems

RJ Narang, Renegade Technology Systems

The year 2019 brought major changes to Renegade Technology Systems. It was a year of corporate cultural transformation, with institutional evolution leading to the expansion of the business base into four additional states, while increasing total income by over 30%.

Established in 2004, Renegade is a privately held end-to-end IT service provider to the federal government.  A Small Disadvantaged, Minority-Owned, Virginia-based company, the firm prides itself in being small, agile and client-focused.

The company has sought to differentiate itself by putting a heavy emphasis on the individuals who make up its talented workforce.

“In a competitive service-based environment, and overlooked by many small businesses, our key differentiating factor quite simply is our people,” RJ Narang said.

These skilled personnel are responsible for the day to day execution of client and partner-based requirements.

“Collectively, we work to build and maintain  trust, always act with  honor  and deliver  results  to proactively adapt to the evolving challenges our customers are faced with daily,” he said.

While always keeping an eye on emerging technologies in support of the federal mission, Narang also looks to the big picture. It’s not just about the technology itself, but rather how the new and emerging tools are put into play.

“More important than just a specific technology or tool, we work to integrate tools and techniques which enable us to aggressively respond to the ever-changing cyber needs and challenges faced by our customers in an age of information warfare,” he said.

Why Watch

In the coming year Narang said he expects to redouble his internal focus. He’ll look to further elevate his personnel, while simultaneously building the organization in support of their needs. All this should benefit the company’s federal clients.

“Our primary areas of focus for 2020 will be the organizational relationships, growth and empowerment of our workforce,” he said. “Through being attentive to the needs of our organization — employees, consultants and business partners alike — we enable and drive success for the evolving needs of our customers, their missions and the organizational growth needed to expand our services.”

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