Technology and business consulting services firm CGI has named Stephanie Mango president of CGI Federal to lead its 7,000 professionals.
Mango’s career at CGI Federal spans 25 years. She served most recently as senior vice president and leader of the Security, Assistance, Justice and Health Business Unit, where she led a diverse client portfolio and oversaw the company’s mergers with Sunflower Systems and TeraThink Corp.
“Stephanie’s new leadership role positions CGI Federal for continued growth and success,” said outgoing CGI Federal President Tim Hurlebaus.
CGI CEO George Schindler added:
“Her consultative style and proven ability to bring the best of CGI globally to her clients has resulted in tremendous success over the past five years. I’m proud to welcome Stephanie as a valuable member of CGI’s executive committee.”
Mango said she’s honored to take the reins of an organization that provides mission critical services to help agencies improve citizen engagement, speed digital transformation, protect U.S. assets, modernize operations and empower tomorrow’s federal workforce.
“I’ve seen firsthand how the contributions of our members have shaped the success of our clients, our business and our communities, and I am excited about the road ahead of us,” she added.