Jeff Bankowski Named Managing Director of Guidehouse’s State, Local Government Practice

Jeff Bankowski Named Managing Director of Guidehouse's State, Local Government Practice - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Jeff Bankowski, formerly chief performance officer for the state of Michigan, has joined Guidehouse as a managing director within company's state and local government business.

The 25-year public and private sector veteran will work with customers to help them manage risks and performance, create strategies and pursue transformation initiatives, Guidehouse said Wednesday.

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In his previous capacity, Bankowski led the implementation of Michigan's enterprise risk management framework as well as performance management, process optimization and employee engagement efforts.

He is a certified public accountant and the second recipient of the 2018 William R. Snodgrass Distinguished Leadership Award for his state government service.

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