Mark Forman, former federal chief information officer, has been appointed executive vice president for enterprise optimization and transformation practice at Dynamic Integrated Services, GovCon Wire has learned.
He will oversee a team of digital transformation professionals in advising government officials as they implement new business platforms meant to address performance challenges and help agencies adopt technologies to streamline processes, define modernization investments and transform data insights into actions.
Forman’s “integrated government, policy and IT expertise and vast years of experience making government work will help ensure our integrated solutions meet the specific needs of federal leaders and their agencies, promoting change in the desired direction,” said DIS CEO JD Sullivan.
Forman will also work with practice leads at DIS to ensure that platforms address IT, change management, strategic communications, human capital and other organizational requirements.
“This new role provides the opportunity to work directly with government leaders driving positive change,” Forman said. “DIS has the culture, capabilities and platform that will support the integrated approaches needed to achieve modernization and innovation.”
Prior to DIS, Forman held senior leadership roles at Unisys (NYSE: UIS), Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC), IBM (NYSE: IBM), Engility and KPMG. He previously served in the Office of Management and Budget as administrator of the Office of E-Government and IT.
He is a CIO SAGE, a member of the Industry Advisory Council’s Presidential Transition team, former fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration and recipient of the 2013 Janice K. Mendenhall Award Leadership Award from the American Council for Technology and Industry Advisory Council.
Dynamic Integrated Services is a service-disabled veteran-owned small business focused on providing management consulting support to federal government clients in the areas of IT, enterprise optimization and transformation, research and strategic communications and integrated marketing.