Unisys Corp. has appointed Ann-Marie Johnson, a well-known leader in government technology, as business development executive for the Homeland Security Department.
In her new position at Unisys U.S. Federal, Johnson will be responsible for client relationships, domain expertise and business growth opportunities within DHS. She will also bring together the company’s range of integrated solutions to meet the unique needs of DHS agencies.
Johnson will leverage her experience with government IT and her deep knowledge of the U.S. federal government’s acquisition process to help Unisys expand relationships with DHS clients and build relationships with additional DHS agencies.
“With her vast experience in providing technology solutions to help government agencies achieve their missions, Ann-Marie is a valuable addition to the Unisys U.S. Federal team,” said Venkatapathi “PV” Puvvada, president, Unisys U.S. Federal. “Her experience in the areas of security, agile development, big data and federal procurement mesh perfectly with many of our business priorities, and we look forward to her contribution to serving our clients at the Department of Homeland Security.”
Before coming to Unisys, Johnson served as vice president of civilian business development at ASI Government. Prior to that, she held increasingly senior positions at Computer Sciences Corp., where she focused on areas such as big data, as-a-service business models, governance, system modernization and climate risk management.
Johnson has served as the industry co-chair of Acquisition Transformation Project for government-industry group ACT-IAC, earning a Federal Computer Week Federal 100 Award for her work there. The group she co-lead worked to find ways to improve the federal government acquisition process.