Dan Helfrich Named Deloitte US Federal Head; Janet Foutty Appointed Consulting CEO

Dan Helfrich
Dan Helfrich

Dan Helfrich, former head of the federal civilian sector at Deloitte, has been appointed leader of the global consulting and advisory services firm’s U.S. federal practice.

Deloitte said Monday Helfrich will succeed Janet Foutty, who has been named CEO and chairman of Deloitte Consulting LLP, and be responsible for the federal practice’s consulting, risk advisory and financial advisory services to U.S. government agencies.

Janet Foutty
Janet Foutty

The federal practice is headquartered in Rosslyn, Virginia and employs close to 7, 300 professionals.

“(Helfrich’s) 17-year track record of helping agencies transform into more efficient, effective organizations gives him unique insight into the federal marketplace, ” said Jim Moffatt, leader of Deloitte’s global consulting business.

Helfrich was previously the lead for human capital, strategy and operations, and advisory for the federal practice.

The Chicago Tribune reports Moffatt will transition into the role of global consulting business lead for Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu.

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