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TMCNet:  e-Management Announces New Senior Vice President

[December 03, 2012]

e-Management Announces New Senior Vice President

SILVER SPRING, Md. --(Business Wire)--

e-Management is pleased to announce that Dave Thompson has joined e-Management as senior vice president. Mr. Thompson's arrival follows the company's newly released set of strategic goals to (1) increase the value of e-Management through talent optimization, revenue growth, profitability, and diversified service offerings; and (2) promote corporate citizenship in the areas of education, energy, and the elimination of poverty. In his new role, Mr. Thompson will work with the company's executive leadership to spur growth and provide strategic direction in core day-to-day operations. He will also assume a broad range of responsibilities including but not limited to overseeing e-Management's federal contracts, establishing a program management office community of practice, and client account expansion.

"Mr. Thompson is recognized as an incredible leader of people," said Ola Sage, president and CEO of e-Management. "He has a unique ability to assess and understand the strengths of individuals and inspire them to work as a team, driving up productivity, employee morale, and cliet satisfaction. I believe his background and experience managing operations, business strategy, technology strategy, and implementation will help him contribute immediately in very tangible ways to e-Management's growth."

Mr. Thompson brings more than 20 years of business and information technology (IT) experience in increasingly senior level positions in consulting in both the public and private sectors, overseeing large scale IT and management consulting projects with industry leading companies such as Accenture (News - Alert), Perot Systems (acquired by Dell), and Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC).

"I'm very excited to join e-Management and assist the senior leadership team, staff, and customers," Mr. Thompson said. "My experience in overseeing large scale IT and management consulting projects for government and industry customers enables me to understand e-Management's target market and to help drive e-Management's long-term strategic growth goals."

e-Management creates intelligent solutions for government through thought leadership and IT capital. An award-winning and CMMI® Maturity Level 2 Rated company, e-Management helps federal agencies mitigate risks through planning, engineering, developing, and securing their mission IT systems.

e-Management is a prime contractor on the GSA (News - Alert) IT Schedule 70, the GSA 8(a) STARS II government-wide acquisition contract (GWAC), and the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA's) eFAST master ordering agreement (MOA). The company is also a subcontractor on the GSA Alliant GWAC and the Department of the Treasury's Total Information Processing Support Services Four (TIPSS-4) contract vehicle. e-Management is a woman-owned, minority-owned, small business headquartered in Silver Spring, Maryland. Additional information about e-Management and its services can be obtained at www.e-mcinc.com.

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