Fast growing Federal Health player NetImpact recruits industry leader Jeffrey McGowan as new Vice President of Growth

“NetImpact Strategies is thrilled to welcome Jeffrey McGowan as Vice President of Growth. In this role, Jeff will identify new opportunities where NetImpact can provide additional value and leading-edge solutions support to our customers, beginning with a focus on Civilian Health clientele at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).”

“Jeff brings 30 years of government healthcare experience to his role at NetImpact. Throughout his career, he has provided services and consulting for numerous agencies including the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), Administration for Children & Families (ACF), National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Science Foundation (NSF), and the Department of Education (DOE). His business development leadership has resulted in milestone wins at SAMHSA, ACF, NIH, NSF, and more. Jeff’s expertise includes business development, mergers and acquisitions, capture management, contract governance, program management, and finance. He has extensive experience developing and managing capture strategies, competitive research, partnership development, and aligning customer requirements with corporate capabilities to develop solutions.”

“Prior to Joining NetImpact, Jeff served as Director of Business Development Growth for General Dynamics Information Technology, Inc. (GDIT) where he was responsible for managing a $3.4B pipeline and leading GDIT’s business development efforts at NIH. He previously served as Director of Business Development for Synectics for Management Decisions, Inc. and Vice President of Business Operations for Affiliated Computer Services, Inc. (ACS), prior to its sale to Leidos and Xerox Corp…” Read the full press release here.

Source: NetImpact Welcomes Jeffrey McGowan as Vice President of Growth – June 18, 2020. NetImpact Strategies.

NetImpact was recently named one of the NXT UP firms poised to make big waves in the Federal sector in 2020 and for years to come.

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