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Vice President and General Manager, Federal Health Sector at GDIT
Kamal Narang is vice president and general manager of the Federal Health Sector at General Dynamics Information Technology, where he manages a $1 billion organization with over 3,000 professionals. In this role, he oversees the strategic direction, growth, planning and performance of teams responsible for delivering mission-critical IT services and solutions to federal health agencies including the National Institutes of Health, Department of Veterans Affairs, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Food and Drug Administration, Military Health System, Social Security Administration and others within the Department of Health and Human Services.
With more than 25 years of experience in the federal health IT industry, Kamal has held various senior leadership roles within GDIT. Prior to his current role, he led the Federal Health Group for over 12 years at CSRA and SRA, now part of GDIT.
Kamal has been recognized as a FedHealth IT 100 winner in 2021 and 2020; Minority Business Leader Award from the Washington Business Journal in 2020; and a Top 10 Health Exec to Watch by Washington Executive in 2020. He serves as a board member of the Professional Services Council (PSC) and the Children’s Inn at NIH, where he volunteers regularly.
Kamal earned a bachelor’s degree in physics and computer science from the University of Mumbai, a master’s degree in computer science from Johns Hopkins University, and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Maryland.