Top 25 Execs to Watch in 2019: Tina Dolph, Siemens Government Technologies

Tina Dolph, SGT

Appointed president and CEO in October 2018, Tina Dolph leads Siemens Government Technologies, Inc., Siemens AG’s independent but affiliated U.S. entity structured to solve government agency challenges in energy, infrastructure, automation and lifecycle support.

“My vision for SGT is to enable Siemens to become the U.S. government’s partner of choice to solve critical energy, infrastructure, automation and lifecycle support challenges,” Dolph said.

Siemens’ commitment to the U.S. will be a key driver for continued growth in its government business, specifically through R&D investment and over $10 billion in software acquisitions.

“One of the value propositions we offer moving forward is to help our government customers with their digitalization strategies, given much of the aging equipment and infrastructure in the U.S. was designed in an analog era, and require a ‘bridge’ to today’s advent of big data and the internet of things,” Dolph said.

Why Watch:

To focus on growth in the federal market, Dolph is leveraging Siemens’ Vision 2020+ framework, a strategy unveiled in August that focuses on “fundamentally new, entrepreneurial approaches” to innovate and meet customers’ needs.

To achieve her vision for SGT, Dolph will draw upon more than two decades of experience in government contracting. Prior to SGT, she was chief strategy officer of CRDF Global. Among other leadership positions, she held executive roles at Lockheed Martin, PAE and ASRC Federal.

“I’m very grateful to join a team that has been doing some incredibly important work for our nation,” Dolph said. “Infrastructure improvement and energy resiliency are key mission needs for our customers. From energy savings work and smart infrastructure to software solutions for product lifecycle management and integrated electric storage, propulsion and power generation technologies — Siemens is uniquely positioned to partner with our customers to develop and provide world-class solutions to those needs.”

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