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Deloitte picks new federal consulting leader

Janet Foutty

Janet Foutty, formerly managing director of technology at Deloitte Consulting, is taking over as federal consulting leader. (Photo courtesy of Deloitte)

Deloitte Consulting LLP has appointed Janet Foutty as its new federal consulting leader.

Foutty, who previously served as Deloitte’s managing director of technology, will succeed John Gibbons. Gibbons will serve as a strategic advisor during the transition.

Under Foutty’s two-decade tenure with Deloitte, she successfully launched three businesses in its technology service area: Application Management Services, Customer Solutions and Deloitte Digital. She also helped oversee Deloitte’s acquisition of mobile agency Ubermind in 2012.

"Janet has a tremendous track record of helping improve client results in technology services and financial services,” said Robin Lineberger, CEO of Deloitte Federal Government Services, in a written statement.

“Her leadership and experience will be a great asset to federal agencies as they look for innovative technology solutions to achieve their mission."

 

Posted by Natalie Lauri on Jun 20, 2013 at 2:35 PM


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