Accenture Federal Services (AFS) congratulates its chief financial officer, Christine Bailey, who received the Greater Washington Technology Division/Group CFO of the Year Award. The awards were announced June 4 by the Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) at its annual awards program.
The Division/Group CFO of the Year award recognizes chief financial officers for achievement and excellence in promoting the development of the Washington region’s technology community.
“We’re thrilled that NVTC is recognizing Christine’s extraordinary achievements as the AFS CFO,” said John Goodman, Accenture Federal Services’ chief executive. “Chris has played a significant strategic role in AFS’s recent achievements — outperforming the market, delivering significant customer impact and introducing innovative, cutting-edge capabilities to the federal market. Her expertise in growth and acquisition planning, business strategy and value creation has helped propel AFS to lead in the new — bringing next-generation technologies, and new models and approaches, to help our federal clients do more for their customers.”
Bailey is responsible for leading all financial management and compliance activities within AFS, a wholly-owned subsidiary that serves clients across all sectors of the U.S. federal government — defense, intel, public safety, health and civilian.
Goodman said she exemplifies the qualities of an outstanding leader — exceptional talent, integrity and a commitment to developing people.
She devotes her time and talent to work with women business non-profits, including the Fed Women’s Forum and Women in Finance. Bailey is also a frequent speaker at employee events.
Bailey earned her bachelor’s degree in Finance and her master’s in business administration from the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.