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Eric Wolking

Extensive industry experience.

Eric Wolking   Operating Partner  703-462-5619

Eric Wolking
Operating Partner

Eric Wolking

As a Operating Partner at Bluestone, Eric Wolking brings more than 20 years of experience in the government technology and services industry.  Most recently, Eric served as the CEO of GAP Solutions from its acquisition in 2013 until its eventual sale in 2017 to System One Holdings.  Prior to GAP Solutions Eric worked at Stanley Associates (NYSE: SXE) and CGI (NYSE: GIB) for over thirteen years as a senior executive in various positions helping the company to grow from $18 million in annual revenue to over $800 million in annual revenue.  

At the time of Stanley's acquisition by CGI in 2010 , Eric led one of three business units – the Technical Programs Group - which consisted of over 800 employees supporting the Army Communications and Electronics Command, the Army Aviation and Missile Command, Naval Sea Systems Command, the United States Patent and Trademark Office, and other clients. Following the acquisition by CGI Federal, Eric led the National Security Programs business unit, a $160 million unit providing technology solutions to Justice, Homeland Security, and Defense customers.

Prior to leading the Technical Programs Group at Stanley, Eric served as Senior Vice President of Corporate Development, leading the company's $170 million acquisition of Oberon Associates.  Additional positions held include Account Manager for Federal Civilian Programs and Director of Midwest Operations.

Eric also worked with Dell Computer and Troika Networks, a Draper Fisher Jurvetson portfolio company.

Eric is the Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees of the San Miguel School of Washington, a middle school educating  academically underserved and economically disadvantaged boys in the Washington, DC, metro area and is a member of the Young Presidents Organization (YPO). 

Eric has an M.B.A. with an emphasis on Finance from The Anderson School at UCLA and a B.A. in International Studies and Economics from American University.