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Our Story

Pluribus represents both the “many” we serve, and the many diverse skills and backgrounds brought together to provide those services.

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Pluribus Digital brings a solid legacy of standing behind important customer missions. We began as Solution Technology Systems, Inc. (STSI), and have adopted the name Pluribus Digital to better reflect who we are and where we are going.

HQ Team

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Jessica
Morris
President & CEO
Photo of Ben<br />Morris
Ben
Morris
Chief Delivery Officer
Photo of Bill<br />Callery
Bill
Callery
Delivery Executive & Founder
Photo of Brandy<br />Hays-Morrison
Brandy
Hays-Morrison
VP of Strategic Growth
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Victoria
Guido
VP of Operations
Photo of Robbie<br />Holmes
Robbie
Holmes
VP of Product Development
Photo of Halai<br />Shukran
Halai
Shukran
Director of Talent
Photo of Vishal<br />Iyer
Vishal
Iyer
Director of Product Design
Photo of Kim<br />Kroll
Kim
Kroll
Sr. Finance Manager
Photo of Tom<br />Hallaren
Tom
Hallaren
Information & Security Manager

Principles in Action

The following ordered principles guide our behaviors and decisions.
Order matters: we try to live by all, but when in direct conflict, those above outrank those below.

1. Support the mission.

We support important public service missions. If we do the right thing for our customers, success will follow. Make sure teams have what they need to deliver, and hold them accountable to do so.

2. Support people.

We are knowledge workers. People who are supported can do their best work in support of our customers. Give them the tools they need to do their job.

3. Lean into digital services.

Transforming the government to digital services is a journey. We take every opportunity – large or small – to nudge government technology in that direction.

4. Seek and provide feedback.

High quality critical feedback, given with care, is the best way for organizations or individuals to grow. We actively seek frequent feedback on our work. We care enough to give candid feedback to our employees or customers.

5. Default to open.

We gain by sharing. If we can share our approach, experience, source code, etc., then we tend to gain more in goodwill and trust than we might ever lose in an imagined competitive advantage.

6. Nurture a calm culture.

People do their best work when they are given the space to thrive outside of work. If a real crunch-time comes, and the mission demands hard work, we can rise to the occasion.

7. Engage our communities.

We invest in various communities, and benefit greatly from doing so. We support professional communities, particularly those supporting underrepresented groups. We support local community organizations to help those outside of our industry.

Our Communities

Industry Communities

Pluribus engages in communities that help the government technology and contracting ecosystem find better ways to serve the government. We are a proud founding member of the Digital Services Coalition, and are a member or participant in other industry communities.

Technical Communities

We support technical communities as individual employees, and often as a corporate sponsor. We are proud that our employees are leaders and organizers in organizations such as Women Who Code, Northern Virginia Code & Coffee, and Alexandria Code & Coffee.

Geographic Community

Pluribus supports our greater local community in Arlington and the DC metro area. Involvement includes financial donations and volunteering by employees. We have recently supported the Arlington Community Foundation and Phoenix Bikes.

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