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Beth McGrath Takes Director Role at Deloitte Consulting’s Federal Practice

ElizabethMcGrathBeth McGrath, formerly the deputy chief management officer at the Defense Department, has been appointed a director for the federal practice at Deloitte Consulting LLP.

She will be responsible for providing strategies to federal government and commercial clients for innovation within their business operations, the firm said Tuesday.

Janet Foutty, Deloitte’s federal practice head and federal consulting national managing director, said McGrath will work to leverage her relationships and experience with clients clients as the firm seeks to extend its federal market footprint.

In her dual roles as the Pentagon’s deputy chief management officer and performance improvement officer, McGrath authored the agency’s strategic management plan, developed an investment review process for business information technology systems and helped to update DoD’s security clearance process and business architecture.

The George Mason University graduate is also a former deputy director for systems integration at the Defense Finance and Accounting Service.

She was awarded the Defense IT Executive of the Year award by Government Computer News and has also received multiple Federal 100 awards.

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