Maximus' federal unit stands up new growth leadership team / Yuichiro Chino

This is the company's newest move as part of its evolution into being more of a technology integrator.

Maximus' federal services segment has created a new leadership team responsible for the overall strategy in that market as it pertains to technology implementation and business process initiatives across government.

Each of the federal growth leadership team's three members will hold the title of executive managing director and be responsible for their individual verticals of civilian, health and defense.

“We’ve reached a pivotal moment in federal technology as emerging technologies, like (artificial intelligence) and machine learning, are opening up so many possibilities when it comes to modernization," Maximus' federal general manager Teresa Weipert said in a release Wednesday. "These new leaders will contribute to our company’s evolution as we continue to broaden our agency relationships and deliver bolder solutions to meet today’s missions.”

For Maximus, the establishment of a growth leadership team is the newest move in the company's evolution into being more of a technology integrator in the federal market with its traditional business process outsourcing work still a core element of the approach.

The federal growth leadership team consists of Diarmuid O'Casey for civilian, Monica Rosser for health, and Pamela Powers for defense.

O'Casey most recently spent seven years at ASRC Federal and led its work with the Labor and Education departments, while Rosser is a veteran of companies such as Booz Allen Hamilton and Deloitte.

Powers' career includes 28 years of service an Air Force officer for 28 years, followed by stints as acting deputy veterans affairs secretary and chief of staff at VA prior to her federal consulting career.