Greg Baroni is a senior vice president of the corporation and has served as an officer since February 2004. Currently Greg serves as president of Federal Systems, which delivers to clients a broad range of services and solutions ranging from consulting and systems integration to managed services and outsourcing.
Under Greg's leadership, Federal Systems has transformed itself into one of the leaders in the highly competitive Federal marketplace. Greg continues to serve as the client partner for the Department of Homeland Security and the Transportation Security Administration. Previously, Greg served as president, Global Public Sector, responsible for its systems integration and consulting business.
Prior to joining Unisys, Greg spent almost 20 years at KPMG, LLP/KPMG Consulting, where his last position was as senior vice president in KPMG Consultingís Public Service Practice serving government, education, healthcare and non-profit institutions. In this capacity, he worked with numerous organizations in critical (KPMG) enterprise transformation areas such as enterprise-wide packaged solutions and business process outsourcing. While at KPMG, Greg also launched pioneering solutions such as distributed learning, and he led the Grants Management Services practice as its National Partner.
Greg is actively engaged in professional associations and currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Information Technology Association of America (ITAA) as chairman of its IT Services Division and the Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC).
In addition, Greg contributes his time to charitable organizations such as the National Kidney Foundation, where he served as the 2005 chairman of the Kidney Ball. Finally, Greg also serves on the Board of Directors of the American Institutes for Research.
In 2005, Greg was named by Consulting magazine as one of the top 25 most influential consultants, recognizing his accomplishments as an industry leader. In 2004, Greg was named by Federal Computer Week as a Federal 100 winner for leading the Unisys team to develop the Transportation Security Administrationís (TSA) information technology infrastructure. In 2003, FastCompany magazine also recognized Greg as one of the Fast50, for helping TSA build a new IT infrastructure to improve security at the nationís 429 commercial airports.
Greg has a B.S. in Economics from the University of Southern California.