Greg J. Baroni
Chairman and CEO
Before founding Attain, Baroni held various leadership roles at Unisys Corporation, including corporate senior vice president of the company and president of its Federal Systems and Global Public Sector unit. In these roles, he was responsible for a worldwide business comprising six geographic regions and the U.S. Federal Systems group. Under his leadership, these business units achieved extraordinary results. During his tenure, the Federal Systems group doubled its revenue while achieving industry standard operating margins.
Previously, Baroni spent nearly 20 years at KPMG Consulting. He departed the company as its SVP of Public Services, serving government, education, health and nonprofit institutions. In this capacity, Baroni advised numerous organizations on critical business areas such as strategy, cost optimization and distributed learning. He also led development, implementation and integration projects involving enterprise-wide packaged solutions for a number of clients. He directed the development of many software solutions, including grants management, cost allocation, property management, space utilization and effort reporting software. Furthermore, he pioneered the spinoff of a distributed learning group that is now Blackboard Inc.
Baroni has received numerous industry leadership awards such as the Fed 100, Fast Company's Fast 50, and Consulting magazine's Top 25, and most recently was recognized as an Executive of the year through the Greater Washington Government Contracting Awards program. He is an active leader in the professional association community, currently serving on the senior advisory board of the Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC), as well as the boards of the National Kidney Foundation Serving the National Capital Area, American Red Cross - National Capital Region, The Women's Center, and the Public Sector Board of TechAmerica. Baroni was recently a commissioner on TechAmerica's Cloud2 and GTO-21 commissions. He has also served in leadership roles for the Information Technology Association of America (ITAA), Homeland Security & Defense Business Council (HSDBC). Baroni continues to actively participate in serving the missions of our local charitable and industry organizations.
Baroni earned a bachelor's degree in economics at the University of Southern California.