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ESGI is proud to share news of some of our executive searches.

ESGI Completes VP Business Development-Capture Federal Civilian Search for SAIC

saicWashington, D.C. - ESGI is proud to announce the appointment of Peter Schnorr as Vice President Business Development-Capture for SAIC Civilian Practice ($1.2B). Peter will be joining the company to lead all strategy, capture, and business development efforts throughout all four business units that comprise the Civilian Division. Peter will report to the General Manger of the largest and fastest growing division at SAIC.

Peter will be actively involved in helping lead the business to capture large programs at all Federal Civilian Agencies. He will be responsible for all capture and delivery, along with working with the entire business development team to create qualified opportunities.

Prior to joining SAIC, Peter was Senior Vice President at Teleperformance, the world largest customer management company ($6.8B). There he led all regulated market related clients and sales, and also managed resources to grow and execute a $350M pipeline. He managed partner agreements, negotiated with D.C. area defense system integrators and led strategic accounts - GSA, VA, DHS, CMS, and the US State Department. His senior clients included governors, federal agency and political leaders.

Peter is a former Accenture executive where he was Director for the Navy and Air Force accounts.

According to President of ESGI, Evan Scott, who led the search: “Peter is a terrific hire for SAIC. He is a seasoned and accomplished executive. Peter was one of the first employees at Gestalt, LLC, a software consulting company, where he helped with a very successful sale of the company to Accenture where he stayed for several years. Peter was quickly promoted at Accenture and recognized as an excellent all around business executive within the federal contracting community. We have every confidence that Peter will help SAIC grow within the Fed-Civ sector.”

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ESGI Completes Search for Business Development - DHS - Counterterrorism and Threat Reduction at Capgemini

capgeminiWashington, D.C. – ESGI is pleased to announce that Robert Ness has joined the public sector at Capgemini as Director of Business Development. He will be responsible for delivering consulting services to The Department of Homeland Security (DHS). He is an expert in counterintelligence, threat reduction and worked at Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) before joining Booz Allen. At Booz, Robert served as a performance management expert and led a comprehensive performance metrics project at the Counterterrorism and Criminal Exploitation Unit within DHS. He was with Booz Allen six years before joining Capgemini.

According to Mr. Scott who led the search: “Robert has served our country on the front lines of counterterrorism and threat reduction. He brings unique experiences and understanding as we fight the war on terrorism and will help position Capgemini as an authority in this critical area.”

Capgemini operates in over 42 countries with a workforce of over 135,000.  With a significant North America market presence for over 20 years, Capgemini has built strong relationships with clients across multiple industries. The company focuses on several industry verticals including energy and utilities, consumer products/retail, manufacturing, Federal government, life sciences, telecommunications and media/entertainment. Capgemini goes to market with disciplines centered on consulting services, technology services, outsourcing services and local professional services. By combining the expertise of these units, integrated transformation services can be delivered to clients. Hence, the company’s key strength lies in knowing how to connect its multiple skills in order to respond to projects requiring an integrated approach, thereby satisfying the needs of clients seeking commitment to the achievement of measurable, sustainable results.

 

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ESGI Assists Deloitte LLP to Recruit Turner for National Security Practice

deloitteWashington, D.C. - ESGI is proud to announce the hiring of James Turner into Deloitte’s National Security Practice. His focus will be to assist the company at the Department of Homeland Security on mission critical national security matters.

Jim joins Deloitte’s Federal Practice from Booz-Allen where he spent 13 years. He was the Senior Associate leading market development and engagement teams, delivering strategy and change management services on programs with values ranging from $400 thousand to $22 million.

Jim served 18 years in the United States Navy and joined Booz after retiring as a Naval Officer.

He will be responsible for offering Deloitte’s consulting services and expertise to a variety of agencies at DHS. He has extensive experience in cyber security, data analytics, mobility, risk management and human capital.

According to Evan Scott, who led the search: “We were very fortunate to help find and recruit Jim. He has a great reputation around the Beltway and has served our Nation in both the military and thru his work on national security issues that threaten our infrastructure and networks. Jim brings 13 years of private sector accomplishments to Deloitte. He will continue to help our government further their missions to help protect our nation by focusing on cyber security, data analytics, INTEL, and human capital.”

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ESGI Completes CEO Search for Capgemini Government Solutions Group

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Washington, D.C. - ESGI, a retained executive search firm specializing in senior-level searches for companies who do business with the federal government, is proud to announce that it has completed the CEO search for Capgemini Government Solutions Group. Doug Lane has been appointed CEO for Capgemini’s Government Solutions Group where he will have full profit and loss responsibility for the federal consulting practice.

Doug was most recently a partner at A.T. Kearney where he led the firm’s public sector consulting business. Prior to joining A.T. Kearney, Doug spent six years as Senior Vice President with Booz Allen Hamilton leading the firm’s transportation business and serving as the lead IT executive for the federal infrastructure markets. At Booz Allen Hamilton, Doug developed and led a team of over 600 consulting professionals in a business generating over $125M in sales. Prior to Booz Allen Hamilton, Doug was with Price Waterhouse / PwC for almost twenty years where he served as a partner leading the firm’s IT business for the U.S. utilities industry.

Capgemini operates in over 42 countries with a workforce of over 135,000. With a significant North America market presence for over 20 years, Capgemini has built strong relationships with clients across multiple industries. The company focuses on several industry verticals including energy and utilities, consumer products/retail, manufacturing, Federal government, life sciences, telecommunications and media/entertainment. Capgemini goes to market with disciplines centered on consulting services, technology services, outsourcing services and local professional services. By combining the expertise of these units, integrated transformation services can be delivered to clients. Hence, the company’s key strength lies in knowing how to connect its multiple skills in order to respond to projects requiring an integrated approach, thereby satisfying the needs of clients seeking commitment to the achievement of measurable, sustainable results.

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Executive Biz Feature: "Evan Scott Builds ESGI For The Federal Contracting Marketplace"

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Seventeen years ago, Evan Scott decided to focus on what he really loves, recruiting, and create ESGI, a firm that specializes in the federal contracting business.

Although he had spent the previous 21 years building an executive search firm primarily in the commercial sector, Scott thought that the post 9/11 world provided a unique opportunity. Companies around the world would want to sell solutions to the federal government, but there was limited talent that understood the complexities of the federal government and how it operates.

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Continue to article at: http://blog.executivebiz.com/2017/04/evan-scott-builds-esgi-for-the-federal-contracting-marketplace/

ESGI Completes Search that Brings Trey Lackey to CSRA National Security Practice

csra logoWashington, D.C. - ESGI is proud to announce the hiring of Trey Lackey into the CSRA National Security Business Group. Trey will have strategic responsibilities working with senior leadership on global security issues.

Having spent the past 25 years in the Intelligence Community, Trey earned an impeccable reputation within the law enforcement community working on critical programs that serve to protect our country. He has led large-scale technical and HUMAN Intelligence (HUMINT) programs through focus on strategic planning, team building, instilling innovative practices and the establishment of strong interagency partnerships.

He has served our country in austere war zones in the Middle East and South Asia, co-located with the U.S. Military. Trey has extensive experience working with every aspect of the U.S. Intelligence Community to include the FBI, NSA, NRO, DHS, DoD and state/local law enforcement.  He is a frequent key note speaker on these critical matters and is considered a though leader on subjects such as cyber and cloud security.

According to ESGI’s Evan Scott, who led this search: “Trey is an authority on all the security threats that face our country. He has dedicated his career working to protect us from all threats with a strong focus on cyber and cloud security. Working with Trey was an honor and assisting him with his transition to the private sector is our way of giving back in a small way for his service to the nation. While executives like Trey do not get the public recognition they deserve, he represents the dedicated men and women who have been protecting our country behind the scenes since 9/11.”

 

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ESGI Completes VP Business Development - Capture Federal Civilian Search for SAIC

saicWashington, D.C. - ESGI is proud to announce the appointment of Peter Schnorr as Vice President Business Development-Capture for SAIC Civilian Practice ($1.2B). Peter will be joining the company to lead all strategy, capture, and business development efforts throughout all four business units that comprise the Civilian Division. Peter will report to the General Manger of the largest and fastest growing division at SAIC.

Peter will be actively involved in helping lead the business to capture large programs at all Federal Civilian Agencies. He will be responsible for all capture and delivery, along with working with the entire business development team to create qualified opportunities.

Prior to joining SAIC, Peter was Senior Vice President at Teleperformance, the world largest customer management company ($6.8B). There he led all regulated market related clients and sales, and also managed resources to grow and execute a $350M pipeline. He managed partner agreements, negotiated with D.C. area defense system integrators and led strategic accounts - GSA, VA, DHS, CMS, and the US State Department. His senior clients included governors, federal agency and political leaders.

Peter is a former Accenture executive where he was Director for the Navy and Air Force accounts.

According to President of ESGI, Evan Scott, who led the search: “Peter is a terrific hire for SAIC. He is a seasoned and accomplished executive. Peter was one of the first employees at Gestalt, LLC, a software consulting company, where he helped with a very successful sale of the company to Accenture where he stayed for several years. Peter was quickly promoted at Accenture and recognized as an excellent all around business executive within the federal contracting community. We have every confidence that Peter will help SAIC grow within the Fed-Civ sector.”

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ESGI Completes Search That Brings General Manager Tina Dolph to FCi Federal

fci federalWashington, D.C. - ESGI is proud to announce that Tina Dolph will be joining FCi Federal as General Manager. Tina will have P&L responsibility for the State Department and report to FCi’s CEO, Scott Miller. The State Department represents a significant portion of FCi’s business and Tina will be one of the top officers in the company.

Prior to joining FCi, Tina was President, Information & Technical Solutions for ASRC Federal. There she was responsible for the full P&L, new business growth and acquisition strategy for this business unit focused on delivering mission-enabling IT, data analytics, high performance computing and business solutions to federal agencies in the defense and civil markets.  This business unit served a variety of customers most notably NASA, Missile Defense Agency, DEA, FAA, DHA, and DOL. 

Previously she was Executive Vice President, Company Operations at PAE, Inc. Reporting to the CEO, Tina led the company’s effort to optimize and re-engineer its business support functions across the enterprise. PAE had enjoyed significant organic and inorganic growth over the previous 24 months and the business infrastructure had not kept pace. This position was responsible for the transformation of the entire support infrastructure of the enterprise. Tina also worked on several acquisitions and integration strategies.  

According to Mr. Scott, ESGI’s president who handled the search: “Tina is a seasoned business executive who has been successful throughout her distinguished career. She was trained at LMCO and then joined the spinoff of PAE to the private equity firm, Lindsey Goldberg. She was hand-picked by the CEO to help drive the operations and acquisition strategy. Tina brings excellent leadership skills and always builds high performing teams. We are thrilled to have helped FCi attract Tina as one of their General Managers.” 

             

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ESGI Helps Iron Mountain Hire Michael Lewis as Govt Services VP, GM

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ESGI's recent search was featured on GovConWire. Read the full article at:

http://www.govconwire.com/2016/01/michael-lewis-joins-iron-mountain-as-govt-services-vp-gm/

ESGI Completes General Manager Search for Iron Mountain’s Federal Business Division

iron mountain logoWashington, D.C. - ESGI is proud to announce that Mike Lewis has joined Iron Mountain as the General Manger for their Federal Business, headquartered in Reston, VA.

According to Mr. Scott, CEO of ESGI, who led the search, “We are thrilled that Mike decided to join Iron Mountain to lead the Federal Business division. Mike is a seasoned professional who has built a successful career leading businesses at both Siemens and GE.”

Iron Mountain is a global storage and information management company, assisting more than 156,000 organizations in 36 countries on five continents with storing, protecting and managing their information.

Publicly traded under NYSE symbol IRM, Iron Mountain is an S&P 500 company, a member of the FORTUNE 1000 (currently ranked: 726), and a member of FTSE4Good index. Organizations in every major industry and of all sizes—including more than 94% of the Fortune 1000—rely on Iron Mountain to store and manage their information. The company is a recognized leader in Records Management, Data Management, Document Imaging and Management, Secure Shredding and Data Centers.

Iron Mountain is a leader in hiring Veterans. The company is one of the founding members of the 100,000 Jobs mission which is committed to hiring 100,000 veterans by 2020.

 

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