Debra Stouffer joins McDonald Bradley

McDonald Bradley, an information technology solutions provider to the government, has named Debra Stouffer, a 30-year IT veteran, as its new senior vice president of the Civilian Business Unit.

She will be responsible for managing the company’s civilian agency accounts and expanding its presence in that market segment, according to a company announcement today. Stouffer will report to Kenneth Bartee, president and chief executive officer of McDonald Bradley.

Stouffer has senior IT management credentials in the government and private sectors.

Before joining McDonald Bradley, she was senior vice president at Digital Management and before that vice president at BAE Systems IT.

As a senior government executive, Stouffer was chief technology officer at the Environmental Protection Agency and deputy chief information officer at the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Stouffer was an active CIO Council board member and an important contributor to Office of Management and Budget’s IT initiatives, especially the establishment of the federal enterprise architecture, according to the statement.

“Debra brings a well-defined balance of expertise from both inside and outside the government IT world to our team,” Bartee said in the announcement. “She has hands-on experience in both operational and business development roles from the private sector, and fully understands the government environment, opportunity and challenges from her many years as a senior executive.”

“I am excited to be working with the executive team to provide our solutions throughout the federal civilian agencies,” Stouffer said. “My goal is to employ in-depth knowledge and understanding of their challenges in ways that will position us to be the IT solutions provider of choice.”

In August, Mark Day, former CTO at the EPA, joined McDonald Bradley as the company’s first CTO.

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David Hubler is the former print managing editor for GCN and senior editor for Washington Technology. He is freelance writer living in Annandale, Va.

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