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Deloitte Consulting Taps Former Commerce Dept. Official to Support Gov’t Human Capital Transformation Efforts

TYSONS CORNER, VA, December 5, 2018 — Deloitte has hired Glenn Davidson, former executive director of enterprise services at the Commerce Department, as a human capital transformation executive for the government and public services practice within the company’s consulting business, ExecutiveBiz reported Tuesday.

Davidson will work on programs that are aimed to help Deloitte Consulting‘s federal and state government clients build on their human resource operations, workforce strategy and employee experience, the company said Monday.

“People are at the heart of any government transformation, and Glenn’s ability to engage people – as well as leverage technology and streamline processes – to make a transformation successful is well-known in government,” said Sean Morris, human capital leader for the Deloitte Consulting government and public services practice.

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