“CGI Federal President Stephanie Mango was recognized by the Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) as a 2021 NVTC Tech 100 Executive. Ms. Mango was among a select group of local leaders recognized for driving tech innovation, leading economic growth and making a positive impact in the region.”
“‘I’m honored to receive recognition from this group that plays a key role in driving our region’s tech evolution,’ said Ms. Mango. ‘I’m proud to be mentioned alongside so many talented leaders representing the region. I’m grateful for my colleagues, whose dedication drives outcomes in support of our clients’ missions and contributes to the communities in which we live and work.'”
“Ms. Mango took the helm of CGI Federal in March 2021, assuming the role of President after leading the business unit responsible for the development and execution of the business and solutions strategy for a diverse client portfolio at including the Departments of Defense, Homeland Security, Justice, Veterans Affairs, Health and Human Services, Intelligence Community, and the Legislative and Judicial Branches. She recently oversaw the company’s acquisition of ARRAY and announced a re-org to align with the federal government priorities.”
“Ms. Mango serves as the Executive Committee Vice Chair ACT-IAC, Chairs the Women’s Leadership Council for Washington Executive, and is a Board member for Professional Services Council and the Shared Services Leadership Coalition, and held past positions in the Association of Government Accountants and Partnership for Public Service.”
“Ms. Mango won a Pinnacle award for National Security Executive on behalf of her team’s delivery of innovation in cybersecurity and a Federal 100 award for her advocacy of efficient and effective government through the leverage of shared services. She was recognized as a finalist in the WeQual Awards for Leadership Excellence and inducted as a WeQual member.”
Source: Stephanie Mango honored by Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) Tech 100 – CGI Federal.