IBM has announced key additions to its Washington, D.C.-based Federal Global Business Services team.
In May, the Biden administration issued the executive order on improving U.S. cybersecurity. The company said these new hires reflect its growth as a hybrid multicloud and artificial intelligence business, reinforcing IBM’s commitment to helping federal agencies securely modernize their IT infrastructures.
The new hires include:
- Retired Maj. Gen. Brian T. Dravis, partner, defense and intelligence, IBM Federal Global Business Services: Before joining IBM, Dravis served as director of the Defense Information Systems Agency’s Joint Service Provider, where he led five centers supporting the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Joint Staff, Department of the Army and all other Defense Department component offices.
- Troy Edgar, partner, finance and supply chain transformation, IBM Federal Global Business Services: Edgar most recently served as the chief financial officer for the Department of Homeland Security, where he oversaw a $90 billion budget and a financial systems modernization.
- Margie Graves, partner, digital modernization strategist, IBM Federal Global Business Services and senior fellow, IBM Center for The Business Government: Prior to joining IBM, Graves was the deputy federal chief information officer at the Office of Management and Budget.
- Lt. Gen. John W. Morgan III, partner, federal, DOD and Army client lead, IBM Federal Global Business Services: Morgan joins IBM from Northrop Grumman Defense Systems and has experience directing performance and managing budgets for multimillion-dollar programs and large military operations.
- Kevin Aylward, Kyle House and David Robbins also join the IBM Federal Global Business Services team as partners.
These executives join an IBM Federal Global Business Services roster that also includes Terry Halvorsen, former DOD and Navy CIO, who was hired in fall 2020 and serves as general manager of federal client solutions development.