CGI’s federal business arm has reorganized its operations into seven business units including a new horizontal practice, and named veteran company executives to lead the new segments as part of a strategic push to better align the company with evolving federal priorities.
The company said Monday its new civilian; defense, intelligence and space; health and social services; international affairs; national security and justice; regulatory practices; and its newly established consulting, applications, solutions, and technology horizontal practice are designed to complement federal agencies’ objectives and enhance benefits to CGI’s U.S. government customers.
“This evolution of talent deployment strengthens CGI Federal’s ability to advise and execute on tomorrow’s challenges as federal agencies evolve in their digital transformations and system modernizations,” said Stephanie Mango, president of CGI Federal.
The practices will be overseen by CGI Federal senior vice presidents.
Alisa Bearfield will lead the company’s civilian practice and will handle client domains including the department of Commerce, Veterans Affairs, Treasury and Transportation and the Pension Benefits Guaranty Corporation.
Tim Spadafore, who returned to CGI following its merger with TeraThink, will oversee the defense, intelligence and space business unit, which covers U.S. armed forces, intelligence community and NASA clients.
Steve Sousa will lead CGI Federal’s health and social services segment. He will be responsible for managing the company’s departments of Health and Human Services and Education, Social Security Administration, Defense Health Agency and National Science Foundation customers.
Jason Dee will ensure the delivery of shared services and CGI intellectual property in his new role focused on leading the company’s international affairs practice. Dee will oversee clients in the department of State and Energy, United Nations, Peace Corps, U.S. Agency for International Development and World Bank domains.
Clay Goldwein will supervise CGI Federal’s national security and justice segment and will oversee departments of Homeland Security and Justice customers as well as the legislative branch and judicial branch clients.
Stefan Becker will lead the company’s regulatory practice, overseeing clients in the departments of Agriculture, Housing and Urban Development, Interior and Labor, Environmental Protection Agency, Government National Mortgage Association, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, General Services Administration, Securities and Exchange Commission domains, among others.
Lastly, Kenyon Wells will oversee CGI Federal’s new CAST horizontal practice. The segment is a market-facing organization that will provide federal clients with technology advisory services. In his new role, Wells will drive efforts to serve the company’s immigration, space, sustainability, health, public services, law enforcement, intelligence, supply chain and back office management clients.