Brad Cole Appointed SE Solutions Chief Growth Officer

Brad Cole

Brad Cole, formerly managing director at Accenture’s (NYSE: ACN) federal services business, has been named chief growth officer at McLean, Va.-based technology and management consulting services provider Strategic Enterprise Solutions.

John Wayne, president and chief operating officer of SE Solutions, said in a statement published Monday Cole brings to the role more than 25 years of public sector experience in client-specific delivery and technology business development.

“He will make an immediate, positive impact leading the establishment and synchronization of our corporate go-to-market growth and business development model with our culture and delivery capabilities,” Wayne added.

Cole previously managed sales and business development for safety and citizen services portfolio at Accenture Federal Services. He also held senior leadership roles at Agilex Technologies, Oracle (NYSE: ORCL), Impact Innovations Group and Computer Sciences Corp.

He is a member of industry organizations such as the American Council for Technology – Industry Advisory Council, AFCEA and the Homeland Security & Defense Business Council. He also served as the first Lion’s Den Chair of the Government Technology and Services Coalition.

SE Solutions is a mission-focused small business delivering cybersecurity, cloud, systems and software engineering and Agile management and other information technology support services to federal agencies.

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