Deloitte's Robin Lineberger Awarded 'Outstanding Achievement Award in Industry'

Robin Lineberger, Deloitte Federal Gov't Services

Robin Lineberger, chief executive officer at Deloitte Federal Government Services, has been awarded the Outstanding Achievement Award in Industry by Bethesda’s chapter of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association.

Presented annually, this industry recognition honors those whose contributions to the public sector are felt beyond their organizations and whose work provides outstanding support to governmentwide efforts.

“I’m honored to receive this award,” Lineberger said. “AFCEA plays a key role in maintaining a collaborative relationship between the civil government, Department of Defense and private industry, and ultimately helps ensure our national security.”

In his role, Lineberger oversees the $1.3 billion organization that provides consulting, risk advisory and financial advisory services to every cabinet-level agency in the federal government. In addition to his current position, Lineberger also serves on the executive committee for the Deloitte U.S. firms.

Lineberger was recently named a commissioner on the TechAmerica Foundation‘s Commission on the Leadership Opportunity in U.S. Deployment of the Cloud. He also serves on the executive committee of the Professional Services Council and is treasurer of the Northern Virginia Technology Council. Additional, Lineberger also co-chairs the National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition advisory board.

Prior to entering the private sector, Lineberger served as a commissioned officer with the U.S. Air Force, where he started his career in the federal government in development and testing. He then served as executive vice president of global public services practice at BearingPoint before the practice was acquired by Deloitte in May 2009.

The Outstanding Achievement Award in Industry also acknowledges Lineberger’s commitment to the greater community. Committed to the rehabilitation and support of veterans, Lineberger is an advisory board member of Ride 2 Recovery and serves as a mentor to veterans through the American Corporate Partners program. Lineberger is also the senior, co-chair for the 2012 Leukemia Ball, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s annual black-tie event.

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