Accenture Federal Services, a wholly owned subsidiary of Accenture LLP, delivers solutions that help federal agencies seize opportunities to deliver public service for the future. Our clients trust us to help them address the growing complexity of mission and citizen demands because we work, think and contract differently. With 5800 dedicated US employees, Accenture Federal Services helps agencies shatter the status quo, achieve enduring efficiencies and deliver results that matter to their missions and the country.
Accenture Federal Services is a long-time and trusted partner in the federal community. Every cabinet level agency in the United States—and 30 of the country's largest federal government agencies—have worked with Accenture Federal Services to achieve meaningful outcomes and high performance.
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)
Government efficiency: Corporately-owned, personally-enabled
Read Accenture's report to know when COPE (Corporately-Owned, Personally-Enabled) is the right mobility model for federal agencies.
Government efficiency: New models of service delivery - Video
Watch Accenture's video to see how the Federal Government is helping the workforce to adapt to new models of service delivery.
Is it time for a whole new way of thinking about how the federal government does business?
Finding government efficiency through reducing the federal real estate footprint
Delivering public service for the future through facilities shared services.
Go digital for better, faster, cheaper government efficiency
Change the cost equation with citizen-focused, agile digital services.
Three must-haves for federal government innovation
Learn how innovation can accelerate government efficiency and effectiveness.
Government efficiency: A culture of innovation - Video
Watch Accenture's video to know how federal agencies can foster an enduring culture of innovation and deliver better value to citizens.
U.S. Department of Homeland Security: Security Management and Biometrics
Read about this biometric system which monitors 6 million people on the terrorist watch list at 1,250 sites, including 116 airports.
U.S. Department of Education's Office of Federal Student Aid: $500 Billion in Loans and Grants
This system enabled more than 14 million student loans and processes up to 1.5 million disbursements worth $4.2 billion in a single day.
U.S. Military R&D Organization: Operational Excellence through Lean Six Sigma
Read how Accenture helped a US military R&D organization use Lean Six Sigma to achieve operational excellence.
United States Postal Service: Pioneering Innovative Mail Services
Operating for more than 230 years on a maxim of trust, the United States Postal Service (USPS) aims to provide customers with outstanding service.
About ASM Research
ASM Research, and Accenture Federal Services Company, is a leading solutions integrator focused on using information and technology to solve real world problems for the Federal government organizations we serve. Our core competencies lay in human capital systems and support, healthcare IT, enterprise IT systems, and cybersecurity and information assurance. Our experts apply the latest technologies and industry methodologies to project management, analytical, personnel training, and force structure, healthcare, and education challenges. For more than three decades, ASM has been committed to our clients’ missions and has repeatedly produced extraordinary results. Its home page is www.asmr.com.
Cultivating and maintaining empowered relations across the spectrum of small business partners contributes to Accenture Federal Services High Performance delivery. AFS works 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
Accenture’s US federal team is committed to working across the federal government to achieve mission success, improve service delivery, modernize IT and transform business processes to drive rapid and sustained cost reduction and transform the federal workforce.
David Moskovitz is Chief Executive of Accenture Federal Services. Mr. Moskovitz 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.
Mr. Moskovitz has more than 30 years of experience leading large-scale government technology and transformation projects. Prior to joining Accenture in 1994, he worked for 12 years as a City of New York Deputy Commissioner where he was responsible for a 3,000-person division managing New York City’s government infrastructure.
Mr. Moskovitz is a member of the Executive Advisory Council of ACT-IAC, an organization designed to foster great partnership between government and industry. He also serves as the chairman of the board of Trustees for The Center for Employment Opportunities, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing immediate, effective and comprehensive employment services to men and women returning home from prison. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Washington University, St. Louis and a Public Policy Certificate from Claremont Graduate School. He was a Coro Fellow in public affairs and served as an adjunct professor at the Robert F. Wagner School for Public Service at New York University.
John Goodman is the Chief Operating Officer of Accenture Federal Services. Mr. Goodman oversees day-to-day 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.
Prior to coming to Accenture, he served for five years in the Federal Government as the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Industrial Affairs & Installations). He led the development and implementation of DoD’s successful military housing privatization initiative, worked with local communities to enable the productive reuse of closing military bases, and guided the analysis of industrial base issues, including defense mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Goodman also served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Industrial Affairs as well as on the staff of the National Economic Council, the White House office responsible for coordination of economic policy. Mr. Goodman was an Associate Professor at the Harvard Business School, and is a published author.
Mr. Goodman is a member of the board of Accenture Federal Services; the Executive Committee of the Professional Services Council; the advisory board of Our Military Kids, a non-profit organization devoted to supporting the children of deployed members of the National Guard and Reserves; the Sheridan School in Washington D.C.; and the Council on Foreign Relations. He is a former Chairman of the Defense Business Board and has twice been awarded the Department of Defense Medal for Distinguished Public Service He has also received the Department of Defense Medal for Outstanding Public Service.
Mr. Goodman received his B.A. summa cum laude from Middlebury College and his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from Harvard University. He resides in Washington, D.C. with his wife and their three children.
Ron Ash is the managing director of the Management Consulting business within Accenture Federal Services. In this role, Mr. Ash has overall responsibility for the sales and delivery of management consulting work for a diverse portfolio of clients across civilian, defense, intelligence and public safety agencies. Mr. Ash focuses on strategy, talent and organization performance, customer relationship management, supply chain and logistics, finance and enterprise performance and analytics. Over the past nine years he has focused on helping large US federal agencies solve complex supply chain issues. His current clients include the Department of State, Defense Logistics Agency, American Red Cross, United States Postal Service, and Department of Homeland Security.
Prior to taking on the Management Consulting lead role, he was the global lead of supply chain and operations, heading Accenture’s Global Health and Public Service Supply Chain and Operations practice. Mr. Ash has more than 17 years of experience working with clients around the world to deliver supply chain programs across a number of sectors, including public service, communications and high tech, media and entertainment, and retail.
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, Ms. Beeman 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.
Ms. Beeman joined Accenture in 1993, initially focusing on transformational change, organization design and process optimization for clients across the health, communications and media industries. She spent two years overseas with Accenture in Australia leading the Business Transformation team for Telstra's overall transformation program. Prior to that, Elaine led customer service and marketing programs at AOL. Elaine joined Accenture's Federal business in 2009, initially leading the CRM practice for the Health and Public Service business. In 2010, she became the lead of Accenture Federal Service's Management Consulting Business. In 2015, she assumed leadership of the Civilian portfolio.
Ms. Beeman earned a BA and MA from the University of Delaware. She is based in Washington, DC and is married with three daughters.
Joe Chenelle brings more than 21 years of systems integration and consulting expertise to the role of managing director, US Defense Portfolio. Mr. Chenelle is responsible for Accenture’s support to the US Department of Defense and intelligence agencies. Previously, he was the account lead for defense agencies, where he has spent the past 10 years implementing transformational change programs in the Department of Defense, focusing primarily on the Defense Logistics Agency.
Mr. Chenelle was the first Accenture Enterprise Resource Planning Outsourcing Client Program Manager, helping to develop Accenture’s Technology Delivery Practice in North America and Europe. His client service experience cuts across major sectors, including public service, retail, communications, chemicals, energy and high tech.
Mr. Chenelle earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Case Western Reserve University, Ohio, with dual majors in Management Information Decisions Systems and Finance. A native of Cleveland, he lives with his wife and two children in northern Virginia.
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, Mr. Meehan was the Senior Managing Director leading Accenture’s US Civilian Portfolio.
Mr. Meehan joined Accenture in 1990, initially focusing on commercial transportation, travel and financial services industries. In 2002, he joined Accenture’s federal business. Following a number of sales positions, he became managing director of sales for Accenture Federal Services, responsible for more than $1 billion in sales. Prior to his current role, he assumed the role of managing director for Accenture’s federal civilian portfolio in 2012.
Mr. Meehan serves on the board of The Women’s Center, a nonprofit counseling and resource center providing financial, career, legal and psychological support to women, men and families – regardless of their ability to pay. Mr. Meehan earned his bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Santa Clara University. He lives in Virginia with his two daughters.
Tom Greiner joined Accenture in 1988 and is now the Managing Director responsible for Accenture Financial Service’s technology capabilities. In this role, he oversees the solution development and delivery of AFS’s or 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.
Mr. Greiner is an active member and speaker at organizations such as the Association of Government Accountants (AGA), AFCEA, the Homeland Security & Defense Business Counsel, and NIST/NSA’s Biometrics Consortium Conference. He graduated from Vanderbilt University, magna cum laude. He lives in Arlington with his wife Rachel and daughter Sloane and is an avid cyclist and windsurfer.
Glenn Davidson leads Accenture’s work with business process outsourcing (BPO), and is responsible for the sales and delivery of managed services to all federal departments and agencies. Accenture’s current BPO client list includes US departments of Education, Treasury and Justice.
Prior to joining Accenture, Mr. Davidson led the public sector shared services and outsourcing advisory practices at EquaTerra and KPMG. His clients included federal, state and local governments, educational institutions, non-governmental organizations and nonprofits. He assisted these organizations in transforming their human resources, finance and accounting, procurement, information technology and customer care operations into higher performing functions.
Mr. Davidson also held a prior position within Accenture as the chief of strategy and corporate development for Accenture HR Services, responsible for market and business development. Additionally, he served as the chief of staff to former Virginia Governor L. Douglas Wilder, and as a legislative assistant to former Ohio Congressman Ronald M. Mottl.
Mr. Davidson holds a Bachelor of Arts in international relations from American University and a Master of Arts in science, technology and public policy from George Washington University. He was a founding member and former chairman of the board for the HR Outsourcing Association, former state and local government board director of TechAmerica and a member of the board of trustees for the Science Museum of Virginia.