2017 Fed 100

Federal 100: Greg Souchack

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Name: Greg Souchack
Title: Partner, Managed Services and Cloud Solutions
Agency/Company: IBM

Having an impact on DOD’s cloud. In 2016, Souchack led a collaborative effort by IBM, Veris and the Defense Information Systems Agency to help IBM achieve Impact Level 5 provisional authorization to host unclassified, sensitive Defense Department data in the cloud. IBM is now the first federal cloud provider authorized to manage data on DOD’s internal network at the highest unclassified level. Souchack took the initiative to ensure the effort’s success while managing a very active cloud business for other government and education clients. He fostered strong government/industry collaboration, integrated cloud performance and security protocols, and ensured full compliance with DISA standards.

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