Executive Profile: Tim Conway of Keane

Tim Conway

Tim Conway is the executive vice president for Keane Public Sector. In this capacity, Conway oversees the company’s U.S. business in the federal, state and local marketplaces.

Before Conway joined Keane in June 2010, he was senior vice president and managing director of Federal Solutions for ACS, A Xerox company. During this time, he was responsible for the company’s business with the federal government.

Earlier in his career, Conway held various management and executive level positions at IBM, Lockheed Martin and the New Jersey Public Service Electric and Gas Company.

Conway earned his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Virginia.

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