ARLINGTON, Va., Feb. 1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- ASI Government (ASI), public sector consultants specializing in performance management solutions, announced today that Kimberly “Kymm” McCabe has joined the company as its new Corporate President.
Ms. McCabe has worked with over 60 major U.S. corporations and public sector clients in the areas of business transformation, strategic planning and organizational development. She has delivered strategy and consulting to the US Federal government, foreign governments and Fortune 500 companies worldwide.
Ms. McCabe joins ASI after serving as the Acting Deputy Director of the Office of Business Transformation (OBT) in the Headquarters, Department of the Army supporting the Under Secretary of the Army/Chief Management Officer. During her time in the Pentagon, she worked with the Army’s senior leaders to guide one of the most momentous transformations in history – the transformation of Army’s business operations. Prior to her role in the OBT, she was the Deputy Director of the Enterprise Task Force facilitating Institutional Adaptation efforts aimed at improving Army Force Generation, embracing enterprise management, and reforming the Army’s resources and requirements processes.
Previously, Ms. McCabe was a Senior Vice President of ICF International, leading their Enterprise Strategy Consulting business unit. Prior to her tenure at ICFI, she was President and CEO of Advanced Performance Consulting Group, Inc. (APCG) which was acquired by ICF International and successfully integrated in January, 2007.
Prior to APCG, Ms. McCabe served as a Research Advisor and Senior Strategy Consultant with Don Tapscott's Strategy Research and Consulting Firm, Digital 4Sight (previously the Alliance for Converging Technologies), where she consulted with Fortune 500 companies and participated in the groundbreaking supply chain research, "Customer Fulfillment in the Digital Economy: Beyond Supply Chains," which was subsequently published.
Ms. McCabe speaks widely on business transformation, organizational performance management, and strategic planning. She has been recognized for many of her accomplishments, including winning the 2003 Women in Technology (WIT) Entrepreneur Leader award.
Commenting on Kymm’s arrival, ASI’s CEO Anne Reed shared that: “We are delighted Kymm has agreed to join the ASI team. She brings to ASI a deep passion for public service, extensive experience leading transformational change and an entrepreneurial spirit. Her special talent for sparking and incubating innovation will fuel our ability to find creative solutions to our federal government clients’ greatest organizational performance, program management and acquisition challenges.” Ms. Reed, who has served until this time as President and CEO will continue in her role as CEO, focusing on client relations and strategies for growth.
Commenting on her new position, Ms. McCabe said: “I am thrilled to join a company with such high caliber talent and a passion for helping the government address some of their most critical issues. ASI professionals are true thought leaders which will create tremendous opportunity for continued innovation and world-class support of our Federal clients’ critical missions.”
ASI Government (formerly Acquisition Solutions Inc.) is a leader in performance-based management for the public sector. ASI specializes in acquisition and management solutions, including portfolio and program management. The firm's services include research, consulting, training and tools. ASI's consultants are trained to address tough program and acquisition challenges, and they have a history of delivering results. The company's Virtual Acquisition Office™ is used daily by nearly 8,000 federal acquisition professionals as a center for knowledge, resources and tools. www.asigovernment.com.
SOURCE ASI Government