IBM (NYSE: IBM) has hired seven former military and government officials and industry veterans to serve as partners on its Washington, D.C.-based federal global business services team.
The company said Monday the key additions reflect its commitment to helping federal agencies advance information technology modernization efforts.
Brian Davis, a retired Air Force major general, serves as a partner for defense and intelligence at IBM’s federal global business services team. He previously served as director of the Defense Information Systems Agency’s Joint Service Provider.
Troy Edgar, most recently chief financial officer at the Department of Homeland Security, has joined the IBM team as a partner for finance and supply chain transformation. The Navy veteran brings to the role over 25 years of public sector, corporate and consulting experience.
Margie Graves, formerly deputy federal chief information officer at the Office of Management and Budget, has been named partner and digital modernization strategist for IBM’s federal services team. The technology company recently announced Graves’ appointment as a senior fellow at the IBM Center for The Business of Government.
John Morgan, a retired U.S. Army lieutenant general, has joined IBM as partner for federal and Department of Defense and Army client lead. He most recently served as senior director for strategic planning and customer engagement at Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC).
IBM also named Kevin Aylward, Kyle House and David Robbins to the federal global business services team as partners. Aylward previously worked at CACI International (NYSE: CACI) as director of strategic solutions. House spent nearly two decades at General Dynamics’ (NYSE: GD) information technology business, where she served as a vice president. Robbins previously served as senior director for federal, aerospace and defense at PTC’s (Nasdaq: PTC) Servigistics business unit.