Executive Move: Robin Lineberger Named CEO of Deloitte Federal Government Services

linebergerIn May, Deloitte purchased substantially all the assets of BearingPoint’s North American Public Services business unit. Since that time the two groups have been focused on servicing their clients and integrating the businesses. Robin Lineberger, the former Executive Vice President of BearingPoint’s Global Public Services Practice has been named the CEO of Deloitte’s $1.5 billion Federal Government Services business. He had this to say about his appointment:

“I could not be more thrilled to have been asked to take on this role. I look forward to leading the combined team through the final stages of our integration and to extend the successes we have already achieved in the market place. This combination has become a truly powerful force in the Federal space.”

Deloitte’s Federal Government Services practice is comprised of nearly 6, 000 professionals from their Consulting, Audit and Enterprise Risk, Financial Advisory, and Tax services business units and currently services all of the cabinet level and many of the independent agencies of the Federal Government. The combined team will be headquartered in a newly acquired space in Rosslyn, VA when they complete the move in early November.

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