Since assuming the chief financial officer role for Maximus in December 2021, David Mutryn has focused on executing on the company’s financial and strategic priorities.
“I feel privileged to work for Maximus and serve our company’s stakeholders,” he said. “I’m proud of my team as well as the mission of our company to move people, technology and government forward.”
In the past year, Mutryn and the Maximus finance team made significant progress in executing the company’s long-term strategic plan, announced in May 2022. The team supported and enabled the Maximus business through a period of strong organic growth, with a 12-month book-to-bill ratio of 2.2 times. This growth has more than overcome the decline of the company’s short-term COVID-related revenue.
Mutryn’s leadership as the CFO has been recognized internally by fellow executives, who credit his technical acumen, insight and judgment in guiding the company’s most important and critical business decisions.
“David’s thoughtful and collaborative leadership style has engendered trust and cohesiveness in our leadership team at a time of significant growth and transformation in our business,” said Bruce Caswell, president and CEO of Maximus. “He has been a true partner in the evolution of Maximus and I’m proud to see David ⏤ and by extension, the team he leads each day ⏤ receive this well-deserved recognition.”
Looking ahead through 2024, Mutryn said priorities for his team include “flawless execution” serving mission-critical national programs, such as the resumption of Medicaid redeterminations and the increasing demand for medical disability exams for veterans. As Maximus continues to expand into new markets, Mutryn and his team will be there to support the company’s impressive growth.
“We are continuously optimizing our organizational model and processes to support our longer-term strategy, while maintaining disciplined capital allocation,” he said.