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Rafael Borras, Former DHS Undersecretary, Takes Senior Adviser Role at AT Kearney

Rafael Borras
Rafael Borras

Rafael Borras, formerly undersecretary of management and acting deputy secretary at the Department of Homeland Security, has joined A.T. Kearney‘s consulting practice as a senior adviser.

“His combination of public and private sector leadership experience will be particularly important as we help public sector organizations fulfill their missions with leading practices drawn from industry, ” Bob Willen, head of the firm’s public sector, aerospace and defense lines, said Friday.

“He will also advise global commercial clients to anticipate and plan for the challenges of rapid change and uncertain global risks looking to the future, ” Willen added.

Borras led DHS to obtain a clean audit opinion and worked to bring commercial risk management practices into the department’s acquisition programs, A.T. Kearney said.

In his new role, Borras will work with public sector clients in areas such as organizational transformation, information technology, acquisition and financial management.

He is also a former deputy city manager Hartford, Conn. and New Rochelle, N.Y. and also served as a vice president at URS Corp. (NYSE: URS).

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