Fairfax, VA – Technatomy Corporation, a leader in digital transformation for government agencies, is pleased to announce the appointment of Steven Kousen as the firm’s Chief Technology and Innovation Officer (CTIO). In this role, Mr. Kousen will oversee all technical aspects of the company including the corporate IT strategic direction and the go-to-market technical vision of solutions and service offerings. Mr. Kousen will lead the company’s advanced technology and innovation division, “IntrafaciX”, in the use of emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, Internet of Things, Blockchain, robotic process automation and hybrid cloud integration enabling powerful mission delivery capabilities.
“The accelerating consideration and adoption of emerging technologies into the mainstream of federal IT strategy creates a tremendous opportunity for innovation,” says Technatomy CEO Nadeem Butler. “Steve’s deep technical experience and widely-trusted acumen offers our federal government customers a sound advisor to truly walk with them in their modernization journey.”
Prior to joining Technatomy, Mr. Kousen served as Vice President and global lead for Unisys’ Digital Workplace Transformation practice, developing solutions and service offerings for a strategic initiative, “Empowering the Digital Worker”. This converged suite leverages cloud-based, mobility-enabled SaaS applications, productivity and collaboration tools, and end user automation solutions. Previously, he led Unisys’ cloud strategy practice, solving complex business challenges for commercial companies and Federal agencies with solutions based on Microsoft, Google and Amazon Web Services offerings. Earlier, Mr. Kousen led IT strategy and systems integration for KPMG Consulting; global systems, architecture and operations for General Electric Healthcare; global messaging and internet services for Booz Allen Hamilton; and applications development and systems management services for Electronic Data Systems.
“The business of applying advanced cognitive technologies to long-standing government mission challenges, and to create, as a result, beautiful constituent experiences is absolutely energizing,” explains Mr. Kousen. “Technatomy offers today’s federal government program officer this perfectly agile, wonderfully qualified solution integrator, whose people are living and breathing his or her program’s success; it’s really the professional opportunity of a lifetime.”
Mr. Kousen holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) with a concentration in Management of Information Systems and Decision Sciences from Loyola University Maryland, and a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University. He is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), with additional certifications in ITIL Foundations and Six Sigma process management.
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