“We are excited to have Mark and Jennifer join Unisys as leaders in these key positions,” said Unisys president and CEO, Peter Altabef. “In addition to their deep industry experience and subject matter expertise, both Mark and Jennifer offer the leadership skills and passion for service excellence that will be critical to delivering integrated, innovative solutions that meet client needs in our focused industries.”
Forman is the now Global Head of Unisys Public Sector and will be in-charge of the company’s global Public Sector business, approximately 26 percent of the Unisys’ total revenue. This includes all non-U.S. Federal government clients. He will report directly to the president of Unisys Enterprise Solutions, Ron Frankenfield.
Previously, Forman was the vice president of IT Services and Cloud Solutions at Engility as well as held national senior and global leadership positions at IMB and KPMG. He is a former administrator of the Office of E-Government and IT (known today as the Federal government’s CIO) under George W. Bush. Forman is a member of multiple boards and advisory councils throughout the IT community.
“Governments around the world must respond to an increasing array of complex issues that transcend borders, while meeting citizens’ expectations for increased quality of services and efficiency,” said Forman. “Unisys is well positioned to be the global leader in addressing these needs, and I look forward to accomplishing this by building on Unisys’s strong competencies and technology in justice, law enforcement, border security, social services and other core government mission areas.”
Jennifer L. Napper is now the Group Vice President of the Department of Defense and Intelligence Group within Unisys Federal. She will be responsible for all account management, solution delivery and business-growth activities, servicing Department of Defense (DoD) clients as well as other members in the intelligence community. Napper now reports directly to Unisys Federal president PV Puvvada.
Napper served in the U.S. Army where she rose to the rank of Major General and retired after 30 years of service. She also served as director of Policy, Plans and Partnerships for the U.S. DoD Cyber Command as well as the command of the Army’s 7th Signal Command. Most recently, Napper served as Vice President and Deputy General Manager of Defense Solutions at L-3 Communications.
“I am excited by this opportunity to join Unisys, a company known for setting the standard for both service quality and innovation,” said Napper. “Defense and intelligence agencies need new, more cost-effective approaches to delivering IT solutions and defending against increasingly sophisticated cyber threats. I look forward to working with the Unisys team to meet the challenge and grow our business in the DoD and intelligence community.”