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CEO Joe Echevarria Announces Deloitte Will Give $60M for Pro Bono Work

CEO Joe Echevarria Announces Deloitte Will Give $60M for Pro Bono Work - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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CEO Joe Echevarria Announces Deloitte Will Give $60M for Pro Bono Work - top government contractors - best government contracting eventDeloitte will provide $60 million in pro bono services to nonprofit organizations between fiscal years 2012 and 2014, Deloitte LLP CEO Joe Echevarria announced at the White House Friday.

On top of a previous $50 million commitment in fiscal 2011, the new amount brings the company“™s total investment to nearly $110 million.

The company will help lead the Billion + Change initiative to further promote pro bono work, Echevarria said at the White House Forum on Women and the Economy.

In fiscal 2011, the company conducted more than 300 pro bono engagements and reached more than 250 nonprofit organizations such as Dress for Success, Girl Scouts, YWCA, Professional Business Woman of California and Women“™s Initiative.

The company helped the organizations with tax structuring and exemption support, strategic planning, anti-fraud consulting, risk assessment, financial controls, information technology security, governance and risk oversight, human capital strategy and management and capital projects consulting.

The accounting and consulting firm recently appointed former Justice Department Chief Information Officer Van Hitch to help the company’s federal clients identify long-term technology and transformation opportunities.

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Written by Neel Mehta

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