CGI Federal names new president
Stephanie Mango to replace Tim Hurlebaus, who is taking on new role
Stephanie Mango, a 25-year employee at Fairfax County-based CGI Federal, has been promoted as its president, parent company CGI Inc. announced Monday. She replaces Tim Hurlebaus, who is taking on a new role as president of CGI’s U.S. commercial and state government operations.
Hurlebaus, in turn, takes the place of Dave Henderson, who is now president of CGI’s global IP solutions.
A government contractor that works with more than 85 government agencies on defense, civilian, health care and intelligence projects, CGI Federal employs 7,000 people in the U.S. Mango was most recently senior vice president and leader of CGI’s security, assistance, justice and health business unit, where she oversaw the company’s mergers with Sunflower Systems and TeraThink Corp. CGI Federal is a subsidiary of CGI Inc., which is one of the largest independent IT and business consulting firms in the world.
“I am honored to take the helm of such a remarkable organization that provides mission-critical services to help agencies enhance citizen engagement, accelerate digital transformation, protect America’s assets, modernize operations and empower the federal workforce of the future,” Mango said in a statement. “I’ve seen firsthand how the contributions of our members have shaped the success of our clients, our business and our communities, and I am excited about the road ahead of us.”
In addition to her work duties, Mango is vice chair for the American Council for Technology, a member of the Industry Advisory Council’s executive committee and a founding member of Chief Washington D.C., a network for women leaders.