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									Name:        Vice President, CSC State and Local Solutions
Total Years of Experience: 34
Qualification Summary: (Representative – Full Resumes Available upon Clarification/Request)

CSC’s Vice President of State and Local Solutions has over 30 years of experience leading
MMIS and Healthcare related accounts and programs for CSC and other providers in 19 states.
He currently leads CSC’s State and Local Solution Practice, which offers full spectrum IT
integration, technology, and business consulting services to U.S. State, County, and Local
government organizations.

Work Experience:
CSC                                                                       September 2007 - Present

Vice President, State & Local Solutions

      Senior executive responsible for leadership and development of CSC’ state and local
      solutions organization. Responsibilities encompass oversight of state and local operations
      contracts for CSC, business development to include marketing and sales, development and
      execution of CSC’s state and local strategic business plan, management of new business
      opportunities and their development, direction of CSC’s solution strategy for the state and
      local markets. Directs division resources responsible for finance, administration, software
      development and engineering, solution architecture, SEI CMMI compliance, and P&L
      management.

AMERIGROUP                                                           August 2004 – September 2007

National Vice President, Government Markets

      Senior executive responsible for development and leadership of the Government Markets
      organization within AMERIGROUP. Responsibilities encompass business development to
      include marketing and sales, strategic planning, opportunity management and development,
      proposal development and the market strategy and research functions. Leads a team of
      highly skilled, knowledgeable staff who serve as the lead sales team for AMERIGROUP in
      new and existing markets; developing opportunities utilizing a consultative selling
      approach at the executive level within state government including the executive to
      legislative branches, and CMS and member and provider advocates. Manages the
      Marketing Operations unit who are responsible for development and maintenance of
      AMERIGROUP proposal responses, white papers, RFI responses, presentations and other
      marketing collateral. Led the development of AMERIGROUP’s first marketing/sales
      database utilized to capture and store critical information regarding state clients,
      opportunities and competitor information. Established and directs the Market Strategy unit
      responsible for the market research and analysis functions within AMERIGROUP. Serves
      as the lead sales person for a number of opportunities across the United States including
      Nevada, New Mexico, Georgia and Ohio.




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Unisys                                                                  June 2002 – August 2004

Vice President, Market Management, Global Public Sector, Health Information Management (HIM)
Practice


    Senior executive responsible for the business development, marketing and sales, strategic
    and tactical plan development, acquisition and alliance planning, and recruitment of senior
    level staff. Develop worldwide healthcare business strategy. Served as Unisys
    representative to: all federal, state, and local government healthcare contracting and
    oversight agencies; private insurance and managed care business executives; user groups;
    industry associations; healthcare systems and services vendors. Direct the design,
    development, and marketplace deployment of a next generation Medicaid Management
    Information System (MMIS) that will revolutionize Medicaid processing. Develop budgets,
    perform variance analysis, oversee capital expenditures, and assume full P & L
    accountability for organization.

Director, HIM Business Development
Executive Program Director, New Jersey MMIS Project
April 2000 – June 2002

    Senior executive responsible for management and direction of new business development
    for HIM unit. Simultaneously responsible for direction and management of the Unisys
    New Jersey MMIS contracts. Served as the principal point of contact for the State
    executives concerning Unisys performance, responsibilities and contract activities. This
    position had full P & L responsibility with annual growth/performance objectives.

    Completed a successful financial and relationship turn-around of the New Jersey Fiscal
    Agent eliminating a $20 million debt on the contract and establishing New Jersey as a
    premier reference account for Unisys.

Health Management Systems                                        January 2000 – April 2000

Vice President, Payer Revenue Services Group

    Responsible for overall direction and management of the Payer Revenue Service Group
    business unit, including the TPL Recovery operations unit and the CDR credit balance
    recovery unit in Baltimore, Maryland. Directed all aspects of the operation for each TPL
    recovery contract, including business development functions, client services, revenue
    maximization projects, and business unit information technology projects; responsible for
    full P & L for each contract and for annual growth objectives.




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Unisys                                                              June 1997 – January 2000

Program Director, New Jersey MMIS Project, Federal Systems Division

    Responsible for managing all aspects of the Unisys New Jersey MMIS, Health Access New
    Jersey, and KidCare contracts in Trenton, New Jersey, with full P & L accountability.

Program Director, Florida State Employees Insurance Project, Federal Systems Division
January 1996 - June 1997

    Responsible for management of the Unisys Florida State Employees Insurance contract in
    Tallahassee, Florida, providing third party administration services for the State’s self-
    insured health insurance program. Worked directly with the Unisys lobbyists, testified at
    Senate and House oversight committee hearings, and represented Unisys at meetings with
    the Governor’s office staff and key Senators and Representatives. The position required
    representing Unisys to the media in Florida through television interviews, newspaper
    editorial boards, and radio interviews.

Program Director, Unisys CHAMPUS Acquisition
October 1995 - January 1996

    Member of Unisys team managing transition support functions for Unisys in the acquisition
    of the AdminaStar Columbus, Indiana CHAMPUS contract.




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GTE Data Systems (GTEDS)                                         March 1991 - October 1995

Director, Healthcare Market Development, Commercial Services (CS) Healthcare


    Primary mission was to profitably expand GTEDS' market share in the healthcare industry.
    Responsible for development and maintenance of the business and strategic plans for
    targeted market segments and development, direction and coordination of action plans for
    achieving revenue, margin, and net income targets. Developed and executed an alliance
    strategy for external niche vendors. Led the acquisition of the Q/Care Managed Care MIS
    from GTE Information Systems. Architected and developed a joint venture among GTE,
    IBM, Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield, Veritus Medicare Services, and Anderson
    Consulting that subsequently produced the winning bid for the Medicare Transaction
    System (MTS) contract.

Director, Medicare Operations, CS Healthcare
February 1989 - March 1991

    Responsible for all aspects of Medicare operations, financial and contract management, and
    marketing support.

Account Executive, Florida Medicare Part B Contract
May 1988 - February 1989

    Managed on-site systems support staff during the implementation of the newly acquired
    Medicare Part B system. Performed liaison function with Blue Cross Blue Shield of
    Florida, coordinated system enhancement design, established GTEDS' procedures and
    policies for account operation, directed conversion activities and defect remediation.

Project Director, Health Services Group
November 1986 - May 1988

    First healthcare employee hired by GTEDS to establish business plans and market
    strategies for entry into the government healthcare market segments and establish GTEDS'
    market presence through HCFA and state agency marketing.

Consultec, Inc.                                                      June 1985 - November 1986

Project Director, Medicaid Division

Account Executive, Missouri Medicaid Fiscal Agent Contract, December 1982 - June 1985.




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Electronic Data Systems (EDS)                                     July 1979 - December 1982

Systems Director, EDS North Carolina Medicaid Contract

Systems Manager, North Carolina Medicaid, March 1979 - July 1979.

Systems Team Leader, Kansas Medicaid, July 1978 - March 1979.

Systems/Customer Engineer, Kansas, North Dakota, Washington Medicaid;
Indiana, Iowa, Maine, Massachusetts, Florida Medicare Part B, April 1976 - July 1978.

Education and Training:
Bachelor of Science - Industrial Management, March 1976
Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia
EDS Systems Engineer Development Program, April 1977
GTE Strategic Marketing, January 1993
GTE Market Based Management, April 1993
GTE Mastery of Coaching, August 1994




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