Hogge has spent years leading complex IT programs with civilian and defense agencies, including the integration of electronic health records for the departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs.
Prior to coming to MITRE, Hogge was senior vice president and general manager of Military and Veterans Health Solutions at Leidos, where he had worked since 2012.
In 2016, Hogge was named to WashingtonExec’s inaugural list of Top 30 Execs to Watch. Hogge was the lead executive for the Leidos-led team that won the massive, $4.3 billion Defense Healthcare Management Systems Modernization contract in July 2015. Hogge and team won the 22 month-long fierce competition and brought a renewed excitement to Leidos Federal Health and the consortium of companies who comprise the winning team.
“Building relationships — within a team, an organization, and with customers — is one of Jerry’s core capabilities and a key reason we are excited to welcome him to MITRE’s executive leadership team,” said Jason Providakes, MITRE president and CEO. “The work programs that Jerry will be leading with our experienced talent involve innovation to solve some of our nation’s toughest challenges in healthcare, transportation, cybersecurity and homeland security.”
In his new role, Hogge will lead growth opportunities with industry and academic partners, business strategy, international programs and sponsor engagement with MITRE’s federally funded research and development centers for civilian agencies. Those agencies include the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Federal Aviation Administration, Internal Revenue Service, VA and the departments of Health and Human Services, Homeland Security and Treasury.
Hogge has also held executive leadership positions at SAIC, QinetiQ, Unisys, Level 3, IDT Corp. and Winstar Government Solutions. He was previously a patent attorney at Birch, Stewart, Kolasch & Birch, LLP and spent 10 years at AT&T Government Solutions in network engineering and data solutions. He has served on the boards of the Professional Services Council and of Virginia Tech’s Pamplin College of Business Center for Business Intelligence and Analytics.
Hogge holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, a master’s degree in industrial and systems engineering from Virginia Tech, and a law degree in intellectual property from George Mason University.