Accenture Announces New Head of US Federal Practice

Kay Kapoor

Accenture announced today Kay Kapoor will lead its U.S. federal government division.

“U.S. civilian and defense agencies represent many of our most important and longest client engagements,” said Steve Rohleder, H&PS Group chief executive. “Kay’s deep industry knowledge and significant leadership experience make her the perfect trusted adviser for our clients. I’m confident she is the right person to accelerate our continued growth in the public sector.”

Named one of the “2010 Federal 100” by Federal Computer Week, Kapoor has worked in the government contracting industry for more than 20 years.

“I am excited to join Accenture’s accomplished team and looking forward to serving the needs of our federal customers at a time when they are facing unprecedented changes and challenges,” she said.

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