Former General Dynamics Information Technology and Serco executive Jack Ginsburg has joined Paradyme Management Inc. to drive its strategic growth, according to a Nov. 19 company announcement.
Ginsburg, who most recently was GDIT’s vice president of growth, steps into the role as chief operating officer. He will support Paradyme Management by bolstering its business development function and expanding its delivery of data-focused technology solutions to federal customers across civilian and defense sectors.
Paradyme Management CEO Viraj Gandhi told WashingtonExec Ginsburg is coming on board at a time when the company is evolving.
“Our customers throughout the federal government are facing an intense array of urgent needs around systems modernization, cloud migration, and data analytics,” Gandhi said. “We have an incredible team and the right technology solutions to help address these critical challenges, but in order to continue to help our customers, we need to continue to grow. We are thrilled to have Jack join our team at this important time in our history. His experience driving success in larger organizations, combined with his amazing commitment to serving government, will help us evolve and expand as an organization so that we can take our support of federal customers to the next level.”
Ginsburg cited Paradyme Management’s track record of advancing and maintaining core technology systems and innovations for customers including the Census Bureau, the State Department and the federal courts.
“I look forward to working closely with its dedicated team to build on that strong foundation and enable Paradyme to put its unique data solutions to work to address some of the most urgent needs of the federal government today,” he added.
Ginsburg has over 35 years of experience as an executive leader in the government technology industry. Prior to GDIT, he led Serco’s business development for government and commercial markets for North America. He also held senior executive roles with Daon, MAXIMUS, Bull Information Systems and Honeywell.
Ginsburg was among WashingtonExec’s 2019 Top 10 Civilian Execs to Watch.