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Executive spotlights are in-depth Q&A’s which ExecutiveBiz conducts with numerous chief and top-level executives in GovCon. www.executivebiz.com
The intimate access afforded by these interviews provides insight as to how companies are acquiring new business, what the future holds and the personal side of GovCon executives.
This past week, ExecutiveBiz published five spotlights.
One of the spotlights was a conversation with Richard Montoni, MAXIMUS president and CEO, who spoke about international expansion and specific examples of how his company helps people.
“We chose to focus on performance and, after nearly a decade, our revenues have increased from $15 million to about $170 million a year. By anybody’s standards, that is phenomenal growth. We are anxious to continue to grow our Australian business, but again, as long as we focus on performance and the outcomes that are important to that government, we will be rewarded and they will achieve their mission,” he said.

Another important spotlight that was published included Mary Ann Hopkins, Parsons Government Services president.
The 23-year industry veteran discussed the SPARTA acquisition, the company’s international expansion plans and recent executive appointments in PGS.
“We’re looking to grow our footprint in geographies, such as MENA+ and AustralAsia.  These geographies are of great interest to Parsons Corporation.  Parsons has been operating in the Middle East since the 1950s and we have more than 2,500 employees in the Middle East right now,” she said.
The other spotlights were with Carolyn Brownawell of MITRE, Tab Warlitner of Deloitte and Sterling Phillips, the newly appointed CEO of USIS.
Check ExecutiveBiz to read these interviews and many other spotlights like them.
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