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Mark Forman starts new role at consultancy

Government consultancy Dynamic Integrated Services has hired a new executive vice president in Mark Forman, formerly of Science Applications International Corp. and often considered the first-ever federal chief information officer.

Forman will lead DIS’ enterprise optimization and transformation function to work with federal agencies on their organizational and digital strategies, the company said Wednesday.

He most recently was VP of digital government strategy at SAIC and joined the company through its acquisition of the former Unisys Federal business, where his roles included VP of digital government and global public sector head.

While in federal service, Forman was administrator of the White House E-Government and IT office between 2001 and 2003. That position has evolved into what is now the federal CIO.

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