Evan Lee Named ICF Strategy, Modernization VP; Kris Tremaine Quoted

Evan Lee

Evan Lee, formerly chief technology officer at the Department of Health and Human Services’ office of inspector general, has joined ICF (Nasdaq: ICFI) as vice president for strategy and modernization within the federal digital practice.

Lee will oversee efforts to develop a federal growth strategy that seeks to leverage the company’s digital capabilities and market experience to deliver professional services and platforms to government and commercial clients, ICF said Wednesday.

“We’re thrilled to have Evan as a key member of ICF’s technology team,” said Kris Tremaine, senior VP of federal digital and technology transformation team at ICF.

Tremaine added that Lee’s government, startup and consulting experience as well as his capability to carry out organizational transformation and tech modernization align with ICF’s future vision and brand.

Lee is a 10-year digital modernization professional whose federal sector career included time as chief of solutions architecture for the administrative offices of the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Courts and other agencies.

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