Federal Contractors | Technology 2023: MILE CORRIGAN
PRESIDENT AND CEO, NOBLIS, RESTON
In October 2022, Corrigan succeeded Amr ElSawy as the not-for-profit federal contractor’s chief executive, 21 years after joining Noblis as a computer scientist and software architect and manager. A graduate of Virginia Tech and Georgetown University, she previously was senior vice president of Noblis’ Federal Civilian Solutions (FCS) division.
Corrigan’s promotion started a round of several C-suite changes, including new vice presidents for FCS and business development. In November 2022, Noblis’ defense subsidiary won a Navy contract for up to $187 million, and it landed a five-year, $263 million contract from the Defense Threat Reduction Agency in 2021.
In 2021, Corrigan was among the Northern Virginia Technology Council’s Tech 100 Executives, and she is a board member of the Women in Aerospace organization, which provides professional development and leadership opportunities for women in the sector. In February, WashingtonExec named her one of its top 35 execs to watch in 2023. In fiscal 2022, Noblis reported $465 million in revenue, compared with $362 million in 2021.