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Deloitte’s Tim Chase on Bringing Commercial Tech to Federal Market

Tim Chase

As a segment leader and principal at Deloitte LLP, Tim Chase leads development of the firm’s intelligence practice.

In a recent interview with ExecutiveBiz, Chase said his primary responsibilities include market development and overall delivery to intelligence customers.

He joined the consulting firm after it acquired BearingPoint in 2009, which he says tripled the size of Deloitte’s federal business and added to Deloitte’s services and solutions portfolio.

Chase highlighted social media analytics as a potential area of growth for Deloitte, as the firm aims to leverage work from the commercial world into the federal marketplace.

Enterprise risk management systems and methodologies are also beginning to transfer from the commercial sector into federal agencies, he added.

For more on Chase’s professional background and some opportunities he sees in the federal market, click here to read his full executive spotlight.

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