Dennis Chesley Named Guidehouse Partner; Scott McIntyre Comments

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Dennis Chesley

Dennis Chesley, former global leader of risk consulting at PwC, has joined Guidehouse as financial risk management partner.

Guidehouse said Tuesday the more than 25-year consulting veteran will oversee strategic advisory services for risk management, operations, compliance, internal control and technology in his new position.

“[Chelsey] experience and ability to help clients navigate risk and guide strategy will be crucial in helping them drive change,” said Scott McIntyre, CEO at Guidehouse and a two-time Wash100 awardee.

The company formerly called PwC Public Sector offers advisory services to government clients that include the departments of DefenseHealth and Human ServicesHomeland Security, Veterans Affairs and State.

Guidehouse adopted its current name after acquisition by investment firm Veritas Capital.

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