Washington Technology Power Breakfast
Market Outlook: 2020

Market Outlook: 2020

Join Washington Technology on Nov. 6 to hear what executives from leading companies in the federal market are watching and planning for in 2020.

The government contracting space has entered a new era with stable budgets through 2022, but technology and customer needs are ever-evolving. Add in political polarization and a presidential election year, and 2020 promises to be anything but status quo.

These top executives will share what they see as opportunities for growth as well as the challenges they see ahead. They have key insights into customer pain points and the challenges that both government and industry will need to address. Their presentations will be followed by a group Q&A session to maximize the opportunities for discussion and audience input.

Key takeaways will include:
-- Tech trends
-- M&A plans
-- Major opportunities
-- Budget and policy trends
-- Other hot topics

Speakers

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Scott McIntyre MBA, MS

CEO

Guidehouse

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Scott McIntyre MBA, MS

CEO

Guidehouse

Scott is the CEO of Guidehouse and a partner focused on government, aerospace and defense. His experience includes financial modeling, debt and cost restructuring and M&A transaction services.

Prior to joining Guidehouse, Scott was a partner at PwC where he led their U.S. and global public sector businesses as well as their U.S. National Security Practice. He was previously partner at KPMG focused on government, aerospace and defense, and industrial manufacturing clients.

Scott holds a Master of Science from The Johns Hopkins University, a Master of Business Administration from Willamette University and a Bachelor of Arts from Washington & Jefferson College. He is the chairman of the board of the Prevent Cancer Foundation and a board member of the Baldrige Foundation.

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Tim Hurlebaus

President

CGI Federal

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Tim Hurlebaus

President

CGI Federal

Tim Hurlebaus leads CGI Federal, a wholly-owned U.S. operating subsidiary of CGI Group, Inc., which serves CGI’s clients across civilian, defense and intelligence sectors of the U.S. Federal Government. Formerly Mr. Hurlebaus served as Senior Vice President of the National Security and Defense Programs business unit within CGI Federal, supporting missions in agencies and programs such as the Department of Justice, Department of Homeland Security, several intelligence community clients, the U.S. General Services Administration, and the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force. In addition to leading CGI Federal, he is also a member of the U.S. Executive Management Committee, as well as the Strategic Growth Council which drives the growth of the U.S. business.

During Mr. Hurlebaus’ more than 25-year career, he has served in leadership positions across the government and commercial markets in profit and loss operations, business development, sales operations, and strategic planning. In addition, he led CGI’s U.S. Enterprise Markets Business Engineering and Strategic Sales group to drive growth across the private and public sectors, including state and local governments, healthcare, banking, insurance, telecommunications, utilities and manufacturing, and retail and distribution.

Previously, Mr. Hurlebaus led strategic growth initiatives for CGI in Europe and Asia, focusing on key strategy accounts and establishing a culture of sales effectiveness. In addition, Mr. Hurlebaus led the annual planning process and worked to connect global CGI resources with Europe and Asia pursuit and delivery teams.

Prior to this role, Mr. Hurlebaus worked in the U.S. markets for more than 16 years, where he led a $90 million portfolio of civilian agency accounts and worked in the intelligence community with clients such as the Central Intelligence Agency and National Reconnaissance Office. Mr. Hurlebaus has also managed the procurement solutions group at CGI, implementing federal and commercial procurement solutions to provide catalogue ordering, supplier management, solicitation and contract management support for the acquisitions functions of these organizations.

Mr. Hurlebaus remains active in the community, having served as the president of the Annandale-North Springfield Little League, on the Board of Sleepy Hollow School, and as the honorary chairman for the 10th annual Teardrops to Rainbows gala celebration. Mr. Hurlebaus holds a Bachelor of Science degree in computer information systems from Purdue University.

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Dolly Oberoi

CEO

C2 Technologies

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Todd Stottlemyer

CEO

CNSI

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Todd Stottlemyer

CEO

CNSI

Todd Stottlemyer serves as CEO of CNSI, a private equity backed (A&M Capital) healthcare technology solutions company.

Prior to joining CNSI, Todd served as CEO of the Inova Health System’s Center for Personalized Health; as CEO of Acentia, a private equity backed (Snow Phipps Group) information technology company (sold to MAXIMUS); as President and CEO of the National Federation of Independent Business; as CEO of Apogen Technologies, a private equity backed (Arlington Capital Partners) information technology company (sold to QinetiQ); as President of McGuireWoods Consulting; as Chief Financial Officer of BTG, a publicly-traded information technology company; and as Corporate Vice President of BDM International, a two times publicly traded and private equity backed (The Carlyle Group) information technology company (sold to TRW; now Northrop Grumman).

Todd currently serves as a Venture Partner for Blue Delta Capital Partners and on the boards of LMI, IST Research, and Verato.

Todd attended William & Mary, graduating Phi Beta Kappa with a B.A, and he received a Juris Doctor degree from the Georgetown University Law Center.

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Paul A. Dillahay

President and Chief Executive Officer

NCI

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Paul A. Dillahay

President and Chief Executive Officer

NCI

NCI President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Paul A. Dillahay brings more than 20 years of executive-level experience within the government IT services sector to his role at NCI. He has proven experience delivering sustainable top-line growth, operational excellence and process improvement. In his current position, he is responsible for oversight of all company operations; development and execution of the company’s growth strategy, including strategic transactions; and investor relations.

Before joining NCI, Paul was executive vice president for CACI’s health and litigation solutions group. He also served as executive vice president of corporate development while there. Prior to CACI, Paul served as president and CEO at ASRC Federal, where he had principal responsibility for day-to-day operations of ASRC Federal subsidiaries and shared services center. He held the position of chief operating officer (COO) prior to his role as president and CEO. In addition, Paul’s career has included such positions as chief strategy officer for Anthem’s federal government solutions business, executive in residence for Seabury Aerospace Group, president and COO of USIS, and vice president of operations for a defense division at Lockheed Martin.

Paul holds a bachelor’s in management science from Lock Haven University. He has completed executive education at both the Kellogg School of Management and the Harvard Business School.

Agenda

7:30 AM

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Registration, Breakfast and Networking

8:00 AM

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Welcome & Opening Remarks

8:05 AM

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

How AI and Partnerships Can Build a Competitive Advantage

Paul A. Dillahay, President and Chief Executive Officer, NCI

8:25 AM

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

The Power of IT-enabled Health Care

Todd Stottlemyer, CEO, CNSI

8:45 AM

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

The Big Opportunity for Small Business

Dolly Oberoi, CEO, C2 Technologies

9:05 AM

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Networking Break

9:25 AM

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

How Technology, Consulting and Collaboration Drive Success

Scott McIntyre MBA, MS, CEO, Guidehouse

9:45 AM

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

The Convergence of Consulting, Tech and Software

Tim Hurlebaus, President, CGI Federal

10:05 AM

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

On the Firing Line: Leading Execs Take Your Questions

10:45 AM

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Closing Remarks

Underwriters

Pluralsight