Count on us to help you embrace new ways of working, build for change and put customers at the core. A wholly owned subsidiary of Accenture, we bring over 30 years of experience serving the federal government, including every cabinet-level department. Our 7,200 dedicated colleagues and change makers work with our clients at the heart of the nation's priorities in defense, intel, public safety, health and civilian to help you make a difference for the people you employ, serve and protect.
Read about this biometric system, which monitors 6 million people on the terrorist watch list at 1,250 sites, including 116 airports.
Accenture helps the U.S. Navy build a world-class financial operation, equipped to support the growing needs of a 21st century defense organization.
Operating for more than 230 years on a maxim of trust, the United States Postal Service (USPS) aims to provide customers with outstanding service.
The Accenture Federal Digital Studio was built from the ground up to help federal agencies engage and serve an increasingly digital citizenry and workforce. Located in the heart of Washington, D.C., the Digital Studio combines in-depth mission insight with the most innovation commercial models to rapidly evaluate, develop and deploy new digital solutions that meet the needs of our federal clients. This integrated approach brings together the diverse skillsets and expertise of digital thinkers, makers and doers with what works from leading commercial organizations, cutting-edge technologies and proven methodologies. We reimagine what’s possible and deliver solutions that marry service design, user experience (UX) engineering, Agile development with rapid prototyping and real-time user analytics to reach, serve and empower digital audiences.
We participate in the following Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts, among others, to make it simple to work with Accenture:
Government-wide acquisition contracts (GWACs)
Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPAs)
Small Business Partners
Cultivating and maintaining empowered relations across the spectrum of small business partners contributes to Accenture Federal Services High Performance delivery. We work with every category of small business partners, including the following, to help clients achieve mission delivery:
Small disadvantaged businesses
Veteran-owned small businesses
Service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses
Women-owned small businesses
Historically black colleges and universities
David Moskovitz is chief executive of Accenture Federal Services. He oversees every aspect of the federal business, including setting strategic direction, positioning the business in the market, managing client relationships and developing talent. Previously he served as global managing director for Growth & Strategy for Health & Public Service and as managing director of Accenture’s US State & Local Government practice. He also led Accenture’s Health & Public Service practice for New York City.VIEW ALL OUR LEADERS
John Goodman is the chief operating officer of Accenture Federal Services, and he oversees all operations of Accenture's federal business. Since joining Accenture in 1998 as a member of the Communications & High Technology practice, he has held a number of leadership roles—including managing director of Accenture's Defense & Intelligence portfolio and managing director for Management Consulting for the global Public Service Operating Group.
Dominic Delmolino is the Chief Technology Officer at Accenture Federal Services. He is responsible for the oversight, strategy and definition of Accenture Federal Services technical offerings. In his career, Delmolino has assisted clients in the application of leading edge data management and software development productivity solutions, with a specialization in Oracle knowledge that had him named Oracle ACE by Oracle Corporation in 2013. He has worked with large government agencies to design database architecture, directed the development and deployment of sales and customer database software, and managed a database R&D establishment.
Elaine Beeman leads Accenture's programs supporting Federal Civilian agencies and quasi-governmental enterprises to achieve their strategic, operational and technology goals for mission critical operations. Her diverse portfolio of clients includes USPS, Amtrak, GSA, OPM, HHS/CMS, SSA, Treasury, IRS, SEC, FDIC, Interior, USDA, United Nations, IDB and Federal Not-for-Profits. As the portfolio lead, she oversees development and implementation of new business solutions that enable clients to collaborate across federal, state, local and commercial markets to better serve American citizens.
Matt Tait is the Defense Portfolio Lead for Accenture Federal Services, serving U.S. Department of Defense, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, and intelligence agencies. Most recently he served as the lead for the Finance, Health and Transportation family of accounts in Accenture's Civilian Portfolio.
Ed Meehan leads Accenture’s work in helping homeland security, law enforcement and first-response agencies achieve strategic and operational goals for critical public safety objectives, as well as supporting education and commerce missions. His diverse portfolio includes the US Departments of Homeland Security, State, Energy, Justice, Commerce and Education. Previously, Meehan was the senior managing director leading Accenture’s US Civilian Portfolio.
Tom Greiner joined Accenture in 1988 and is now the managing director responsible for Accenture Federal Service’s technology capabilities. In this role, he oversees the solution development and delivery of Accenture Federal Service’s technology-related programs across the federal system integration, technology consulting, application management and IT infrastructure space. This requires oversight of a 4,000-person practice area and coordination with Accenture’s North America and Industry groups to bring leading practices to clients. He also has extensive experience in directing large scale, public sector transformation programs.
Paul Peck is the Operations Growth Platform lead for Accenture Federal Services. In this role, he guides the Operations business practice to uphold our trademark delivery excellence and develop capabilities that address the changing needs of US federal clients. He also serves as lead of the Citizen Services family within the Safety & Citizen Services portfolio for Accenture Federal Services.
Ira Entis is the managing director for Strategic Solutions and Emerging Technologies at Accenture Federal Services, which includes developing and driving our Horizontals program, our emerging capability areas and our alliances program. Prior to joining Accenture Federal Services, he was Agilex’ Chief Growth Officer, where he was responsible for strategic planning, market development and pipeline management, along with leading the Intel and Government Services Sectors, and co-founding the company’s Advanced Technologies Group (ATG).
Chris Zinner, Managing Director, Accenture Federal Services
Tom Greiner, Managing Director, Technology
Scott B. Quehl, Strategy Principal Director, Accenture Federal Services
Marty Rodgers, Director Accenture Federal Services