Gregg Mossburg

SVP, Strategic Operations

CGI Federal

CGI Senior Vice President Gregg Mossburg has a 25-year track record of developing and leading high-performing teams to deliver results in client delivery, leveraged delivery operations, business development, solution & offering development, and financial engineering.

Mr. Mossburg currently leads CGI Federal’s Strategic Operations Group. In this role, he is responsible for developing CGI Federal’s digital transformation strategy as well as managing teams spanning strategic capture, proposal, pricing, GWAC, government relations, and marketing & communications functions.

Prior to this role, Mr. Mossburg was Business Unit (BU) Manager for CGI’s Northeast BU and a member of the U.S. Executive Management Committees as well as the U.S. Strategic Growth Council, which drives the growth of the U.S. business.

Earlier in his career, Mr. Mossburg led CGI Federal’s Business Engineering organization, focusing on solutions and go-to-market support for the $1 billion-plus defense, intelligence, and civilian agency markets. In this role, he was instrumental in driving the evolution and delivery of managed services, on-shore application development & maintenance, and financial management system solutions. He also helped position CGI as a market leader in cloud by leading the solution development and go-to-market strategy of the company’s offerings for government clients.

Mr. Mossburg served as a Commissioner on the TechAmerica Foundation’s 2011 Commission on the Leadership Opportunity in U.S. Deployment of the Cloud (CLOUD2) and is currently a Board Member for the National Kidney Foundation’s Kidney Ball. Named one of ExecutiveBiz’s “Top 10 Business Development Executives to Watch,” he is also a frequent speaker at industry conferences and in the media on the topics of modernization & digital transformation in the public sector, cloud, outsourcing, and business development.

Mr. Mossburg holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Computer Information Systems and Marketing from James Madison University.