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Senior Advisory Board

Board Member
Ted Davies
Altamira Technologies Corporation

Ted Davies served as president of Federal Systems from 2008 to 2014. His team delivers a broad range of technology solutions and services to U.S. government clients including mission critical computing, application services, infrastructure services and end user services. Davies continues to drive the transformation of Federal Systems into one of the leaders in the highly competitive federal marketplace. He is also a senior vice president of the corporation and is responsible for ensuring the company can leverage a broad range of security solutions globally.

When Davies joined Unisys in 2003, he served as the managing partner for Federal Systems' civilian agencies where he was responsible for client relationship management, team development, market development and project execution. During this time, Davies led the civilian business to significant growth, winning major new contracts with the U.S. Department of Justice, Health and Human Services, and the Department of Agriculture, while launching a number of key leadership development initiatives.

Davies' industry experience includes 17 years with Booz Allen Hamilton Inc., where he also served as a partner. In this role, he developed and co-led the economics and business analysis team within the worldwide technology business which provided services across the federal government and to key commercial clients.

Active in the federal IT community, Davies is a Federal 100 Award winner, he received a Distinguished Leadership Award from the American Council for Technology/Industry Advisory Council (ACT/IAC) in 2013 and has spoken at conferences and industry events on a range of topics including the federal enterprise architecture, open technology development, program management, business case analysis, e-government economics and business transformation. He will be the Vice-Chair at ACT/IAC in 2014-15 and Chair in 2015-16. Davies is also a board member on the Northern Virginia Technology Council.

Additionally, Davies is the chairman of the board for the United Way National Capital Area. He also serves on the board of directors for the Greater Washington Chapter of the Lupus Foundation of America and performs charitable work for the National Kidney Foundation.

Davies holds a bachelor's degree in business administration from Franklin & Marshall College and an M.B.A. in finance and investments from George Washington University.