Kevin is responsible for Cognosante’s new business contract growth; that is, building the teams, partnerships, proposals, pricing, business strategies, contracts, and solution development activities necessary to further advance our service of healthcare excellence to the government.
Prior to the role of Chief Contracts Officer, Kevin was the Vice President of Finance, responsible for the annual budget process, forecasting, financial performance, and financial analysis. He drove standard and ad-hoc analysis that was used to help guide corporate decisions and support strategic mergers and acquisitions opportunities. Kevin implemented a Hyperion business intelligence and financial data warehouse to substantially improve the timeliness and accuracy of forecasting and reporting. He also supported corporate growth by improving pricing strategies to increase win probabilities.
Before Cognosante, Kevin held numerous executive and leadership roles in several large international companies. Kevin led Boeing’s global effort to improve Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) and cybersecurity service delivery and efficiency by reducing $100M of recurring costs that greatly improved our federal government’s schedule execution on mission-critical programs. Prior to Boeing, Kevin worked for Capital One and directed the company’s operational data warehouse as part of the leadership team to rebuild the $1B data warehouse and billing system. His efforts focused on the customer-driving program strategies around risk, resource utilization, end-user adoption, and training.
Kevin began his career showing a natural ability to advance efficiency while delivering quality to customers. While at Intel, he oversaw an aggressive factory expansion project and created Intel’s first fully integrated project schedule. At a Motorola-Siemens joint venture, Kevin increased semiconductor fabrication by 25 percent and achieved world record highs in utilization, uptime, output, and product quality.
Kevin’s ability to simplify complex issues and implement meaningful business solutions grew from his engineering education. He holds two industrial engineering degrees, including a bachelor’s degree from Lehigh University and a master’s from Purdue. Kevin is married and has three children.