Unisys moves Forman to federal division

Unisys has made a pair of executive appointments within its federal business, including the shift of one from another part of the company into a new role and the hire of a second.

Mark Forman, former head of Unisys’ international public sector business, has been named vice president of digital government in the federal business to help steer strategies in cloud computing, data analytics, data center optimization, digital transformation and cybersecurity.

Foreman will also work with other Unisys Federal executives to align its services with policy guidance issued by the White House and Congress, the company said in a release Monday.

During the George W. Bush administration, Foreman served as administrator of the Office of E-Government and IT. He subsequently held senior leadership roles at Engility, KPMG and IBM.

WT’s sister publication FCW selected Foreman for its Eagle Award in 2002.

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