Digital solutions firm Attain has made two key leadership appointments: Ravichandra Mudumby and Simon Szykman, who will lead and grow a federal civilian practice and develop the company’s technology strategy, respectively.
Mudumby, who joined Attain in 2016, has been instrumental in winning and delivering key market initiatives, including the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Modernized DevSecOps and Analytics Services II, USCIS Verification DevOpsSec and USCIS Records DevSecOps, as well as other projects within the Commerce Department, Attain said.
Before Attain, Mudumby was a technology and strategy leader in the federal consulting and global financial sectors, where he led efforts focused on enhancing efficiency and optimizing business processes.
“Ravi is a trusted advisor who has demonstrated an impressive ability to drive innovation and build relationships with clients and people at all levels within the firm,” said Greg Baroni, chairman and CEO of Attain. “I look forward to Ravi’s continued contributions to the growth and success of our firm.”
Szykman joined Attain in 2014. He has since established and cultivated new accounts and technical capabilities to drive growth, building the corporate alliance program and developing and executing technology strategies.
As a partner and chief technology officer of federal services, Szykman will develop technology strategy, ensuring digital transformation solutions are aligned and differentiated in the federal market segments.
He will also foster collaborations and go-to-market strategies with the firm’s portfolio of alliance partners and oversee the company’s solutioning team, delivery excellence and corporate certification programs, and corporate IT services.
“We are pleased to welcome Simon to the partnership, and look forward to his continued contributions in developing forward-leaning, transformational services and solutions to our Federal clients,” said Attain President and Chief Operating Officer Manish Agarwal. “Simon is a true thought leader who is well known for helping clients leverage new and emerging technologies to innovate and automate in support of their missions.”
Mudumby and Szykman will be admitted to the firm’s partnership effective April 1.