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Mark Sedmock joins state and Federal Communications Inc.

UPublish story by Melissa Coultas

AKRON, Ohio—State and Federal Communications, Inc., which provides government compliance information and consulting, welcomes 30-year finance veteran Mark Sedmock as Comptroller. Sedmock will oversee accounting, budgeting, reporting, financial analysis, and operations for the company.

Most recently, Sedmock spent 13 years with Time Warner Cable in Akron, serving in three finance management roles, including Division Controller, Division Director of Finance, and Regional Finance Manager. A certified public accountant (CPA), Mark earned his Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Finance at The University of Akron and his Bachelor of Arts in Accounting and Finance from Walsh University. He began his career with Coopers & Lybrand, where he spent 10 years. Sedmock has held management positions with CBIZ, Spector & Saulino, CPA’s, and Telxon Corporation.

“We are excited to welcome Mark to our company. He brings a great deal of finance and accounting expertise, having earned an impressive reputation and making a material impact on companies’ financials over the past three decades. I’m confident his talent and experiences will greatly expand our financial analysis and operations,” said Elizabeth Z. Bartz, president and CEO.

Sedmock currently resides in North Canton, Ohio, with his wife and three children.

About State and Federal Communications, Inc.

Founded in 1993, State and Federal Communications, Inc. provides government compliance information and consulting to many of the Fortune 500 companies, to trade, labor, and professional associations, and to corporate and contract lobbyists in all 50 states. The firm’s in-house staff of attorneys is expert in state, federal, and municipal laws, regarding lobbying, political contributions, and procurement lobbying. The company distributes accurate, comprehensive, and timely information through online and printed resources, which its clients rely on to maintain compliance with laws in all 50 states, the federal government, and more than 125 municipalities. For more information, visit


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