2018 Fed 100

Federal 100: Dan Helfrich

 

Name: Dan Helfrich
Title: Federal Government Services Leader
Company: Deloitte

Collaborating for change. As anyone attempting DevOps quickly discovers, true collaboration is essential. Helfrich has learned that lesson well. A good portion of Deloitte’s $1.7 billion federal practice is built on such side-by-side transformation efforts, and Helfrich applies the approach to his own leadership style as well. He has championed greater flexibility in IT contracting, taken part in the Defense Department’s Section 809 Panel and led Deloitte to launch its own crowdsourced innovation accelerator to create viable IT solutions specifically for the federal market. That approach paid dividends for government partners in 2017 on everything from process robotics to smart-city technologies for military bases.

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