Suss adds 3 federal IT consultants

Suss Consulting, a provider of strategic planning, market research and business opportunity services to the federal information technology industry, announced the addition of three new government and industry officials as consultants.

“Each of these new consultants brings a wealth of experience in the federal marketplace,” said company President Warren Suss in a statement. “They will strengthen Suss Consulting’s offerings and service to our clients.”

The three new consultants are:

  • William McQuiggan, former chief executive officer of IDC. He has worked in business development and proposal management in the federal market, where he has helped companies earn more than $1 billion in new business from defense and civilian agency contracts.

  • Wayne Turk, a management and project management expert with 35 years of experience in the public and private sectors. He most recently supported the National Guard Bureau in a major program implementation. His experience in the federal IT arena includes 26 years in the Air Force, where he served in numerous leadership, management and training positions.

  • Patricia Wensel, who has more than 25 years of experience as a government accountant, auditor and manager, most recently in the Agriculture Department’s Chief Financial Office.

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