Unisys Names Mark Forman Federal VP for Digital Government

Mark Forman

Unisys Corp. has appointed Mark Forman as vice president of digital government for Unisys Federal to focus on government clients and improving their mission outcomes through cloud computing and digital transformation.

Forman previously served as global head of Unisys Public Sector, where he helped the company acquire major new non-U.S. federal clients. He also served as administrator of the Office of E-Government and IT (now known as the federal chief information officer) in the George W. Bush administration. He’s recognized for modernizing federal government IT operations.

In his new role, Forman will report to Unisys Federal President Venkatapathi “PV” Puvvada, and will work with Unisys Federal business unit leaders to advise federal executives on ways to reach their objectives through innovation in cloud, data analytics, data center optimization and cybersecurity.

Forman will also work with Unisys Federal technology leaders to ensure the company solutions for federal clients align with White House and Congress policy guidance.

“Bringing Mark into this new position gives Unisys Federal the opportunity to build on the momentum and rapid growth the company has experienced with clients in the U.S. federal government,” Puvvada said.

Throughout Forman’s career, he has established a reputation for understanding how to apply technology and management best practices at government agencies. He has also served in senior national and global leadership positions at Engility, KPMG and IBM, and has co-founded and led his own cloud and IT consulting companies.

“His expertise in the use of innovative technology to achieve the government’s objectives – combined with his knowledge of policy governing the use of IT in government – will help ensure our solutions to meet the specific needs of federal IT leaders and their agencies,” Puvvada added.

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  1. Congrats Mark, and Unisys for its excellent executive decision, as few have Mark’s depth and scope of experience of the federal IT sector.