SSLC is a member-driven organization led by a Management Team and a Board of Directors comprised of industry leaders from member companies and “at-large” members representing the public interest.
John Marshall is a nationally recognized thought leader in government shared services. He is passionate about their potential to transform government, and he has published articles, testified to Congress and advised the White House about them.
John has been actively advising the Office of Management and Budget and GSA’s Unified Shared Services Management Office through the Partnership for Public Service’s Shared Services Roundtable project since 2014. He founded the Shared Services Leadership Coalition to leverage thought leadership from industry and the “good government” community in advocating legislation necessary to accelerate Federal shared services implementation and fully realize the Roundtable’s vision of a dynamic, public-private shared services marketplace.
John has previously served in Federal practice leadership and corporate strategy roles with IBM and CGI; as adviser to the Chairman of the US Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs; and at OMB when payroll shared services began in the mid-1980s. He has served as CEO of the Federal Crop Insurance Corporation and as chief management officer of the US Agency for International Development and the agency now known as the USDA Farm Service Agency – roles in which he also served on the boards of the State Department’s overseas interagency shared services organization, and USDA departmental and interagency shared services.
John has served on numerous advisory boards and commissions appointed by Congress, the Governor of Virginia and the Arlington County (Virginia) Board of Supervisors. A native of Omaha, Nebraska, he has BA and MBA degrees from the University of Virginia. He lives in McLean, Virginia and is an avid Washington Nationals baseball fan. He and his wife, Charlotte, enjoy classical music and taking bicycle trips to explore beautiful places around the world.
John Duncan brings to the SSLC deep knowledge and extensive experience in Federal legislative, oversight and policy processes. He has held senior executive positions the U.S. Senate, the U.S. House of Representatives and the Executive Branch. He is the Principal of John M. Duncan and Associates and affiliated with The Livingston Group where he leads the firm’s Financial Services and Tax practice.
John is a successful leader of legislative efforts to pass landmark government reform legislation. In previous roles as Chief of Staff and Committee Staff Director for U.S. Senator William V. Roth, Jr (R-DE), John participated in major legislative initiatives under Roth’s chairmanship of both the Senate Finance and Governmental Affairs Committees, including the Government Performance and Results Act, the Clinger-Cohen Information Technology Management Reform Act, welfare reform, Medicare reform, pension reform, creation of the Roth IRA, IRS reform, numerous tax reform bills, trade expansion, and creation of the Federal retirees’ Thrift Saving Plan.
As Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Legislative Affairs in the Bush-43 Administration, John worked closely with the White House and Congressional leadership to enact several tax reform bills, corporate financial reforms for Government Sponsored Enterprises (GSE), the Sarbanes/Oxley Act, terrorism risk insurance and deposit insurance reform, pension overhaul legislation, renewal of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, adoption of the Patriot Act, the creation of the Department of Homeland Security and creation of the Office of Terrorist Financing in the Department of the Treasury.
Born in Oak Park, Illinois, John received his bachelor of science from the University of Illinois and master’s degree from the New School in New York City. John and his wife Marcia and son John live and enjoy life in and around Capitol Hill in Washington, DC.
Board of Directors
ESS, Financial and Acquisition Solutions
John Cockrill is Vice President in CACI’s Enterprise Solutions and Services (ESS) Business Group responsible for Financial and Acquisition Solutions within the Federal Government market. His program portfolio includes Civilian, Defense and National Intelligence organizations and agencies with primary emphasis on enterprise solutions and shared services enabled by Oracle e-Business, Momentum, and SAP applications and other market leading COTS solutions and technology. To his role, John brings 30 years of experience in the Federal business system, system integration, and consulting marketplace implementing high value end-to-end client solutions.
John joined CACI in 2011 via the acquisition of Advanced Programs Group (APG) where he was Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the Oracle-specialty firm and small business. He began his career at Coopers & Lybrand (C&L) where he became partner in 1996 and participated in the C&L merger with Price Waterhouse in 1998—becoming a partner in PwC Consulting, Public Sector. IBM acquired PwC Consulting in 2002 and John assumed responsibility for IBM’s Federal Oracle Practice which he led through 2006 when he left to take the position of COO at APG.
John holds a degree in Economics from George Mason University.
Chief Client Development Officer
Since 2011, Hans has been responsible for the delivery of operational objectives at YRCI, including service lines such as Human Capital and Human Resources (HR) Services, Acquisition Management and Financial Management services. Hans provides executive leadership, guidance, and direction in forging and maintaining long-term relationships with our current and emerging customer base of Government clients, including Department of Defense (DoD), Federal-civilian, intelligence community programs, and commercial/industry customers.
Hans is a visionary who designed and staffed more than 500 FTE operations of YRCI’s Corporate PMO office and YRCI’s innovative Remote Operations Center (ROC™), where a shared services delivery method is utilized for HR and Acquisition support services to 19 federal agency clients. To develop the ROC™ as a strong shared services center with its own workflow and performance metric tracking systems, Hans utilized an array of IT skills and his in-depth understanding of shared service and contact center designs including; Unified Communication Applications, Customer Relationship Applications and Case Management, Data Center Design, Computer Networking LAN/WAN, Database Applications, E-commerce initiatives, Computer Telephony/Interaction Management Applications and Software as a Service / Cloud/Application Service Provider Offerings, and HRIS inclusive of HR-Applicant Tracking systems.
He hires key personnel, facilitates cross-functional collaboration and promotes standardization and best practices across all functional areas. In addition, Hans carries deep market understanding and provides thought leadership on organizational performance internally and externally.
Hans has selected and organized his team to achieve superior, consistent client satisfaction, a tall order in the mission-enabling service areas YRCI supports. There is both a skills gap as well as a workforce shortage in the federal market, specifically in the HR Staffing area. To address this issue, Hans created the YRCI Learning Management System (LMS) and University, YRCI’s trademarked training and certification program that demands successful on-the-job application of the skills being taught. Additionally, Hans created an intern program in the HRROC™ that allows recent graduates to serve as apprentices to retired SES and GS-15 level operational experts in their respective fields. As a result, YRCI has been able to grow our own talent and retain a high performance workforce even in a demanding environment.
Prior to coming to YRCI, Hans was serving the role of Executive Vice President of Sales for The LYNX Group, Inc. and Director of Sales for Computer Network Systems, Inc. Hans earned a B.S. degree in Accounting, and has completed a vast array of studies at the graduate level including Environment Science and Policy at Johns Hopkins University, and History, Geography, and Archaeology within the University of Maryland system. He is a frequent presenter and speaker at such events as the 28th and 29th NCMA Annual Government Contract Management Conference, Career Panel, and the 2010 NCMA, Develop Your Most Valuable Resource: New Professionals Community of Practice Virtual Conference.
Business Unit Manager and Senior Vice President
Stephanie Mango leads the Security, Administrative, Judicial and Enforcement Programs (SAJE) business unit at CGI Federal, a wholly-owned U.S. operating subsidiary of CGI Group, Inc. As SAJE business unit manager and senior vice president, Ms. Mango leads the development and execution of the business and solutions strategy for a diverse client portfolio, including the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Justice, the Intelligence Community and the Legislative and Judicial Branches.
In addition, Ms. Mango is responsible for the management of CGI Federal’s Enterprise Resource Planning practice, including the proprietary Momentum® suite of solutions. As a seasoned and well respected leader in the federal financial management market, she is an active participant in the Association of Government Accountants, as well as, works closely with central organizations on policy implementation. Her focus is on leveraging innovative business models and solutions to drive efficiency, effectiveness, and desired outcomes for her customers.
Ms. Mango is also a thought leader driving transformational Shared Services through participation and leadership in a number of organizations including the American Council for Technology-Industry Advisory Council, the Partnership for Public Service Shared Services Roundtable, and the Shared Service Leadership Council.
During Ms. Mangos’ more than 20-year career, she has served in leadership positions across the government markets in profit and loss operations, business development, sales operations, and strategic planning. Ms. Mango worked with federal organizations in the civilian, defense and intelligence communities to improve operations through business and information technology solutions. Her business proficiency encompasses government mission support functions.
Ms. Mango holds a Master of Science in management of information systems and a Bachelor of Science in accounting from the University of Virginia. She also holds certifications as a Project Management Professional and as a Certified Government Financial Manager.
Crowell & Moring LLP
Robert A. Burton is a partner with Crowell & Moring’s Government Contracts Group in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. He is a nationally-recognized federal procurement attorney, an expert witness on government contracts issues in federal court and arbitration proceedings, and a leader who assists government contractors with navigating the complex and rule-driven procurement process. He represents a wide range of companies that conduct business with the federal government, from large defense contractors and systems integrators to small businesses.
Rob’s current practice focuses on government affairs support, including working with contractors and non-profit associations on acquisition reform legislation and regulatory changes. Additionally, he assists contractors with their marketing strategies for selling to the government and resolves contract disputes with senior federal procurement officials. He represents contractors in suspension and debarment proceedings, contract cost disputes, internal investigations, and assists with the development of corporate ethics and compliance programs. Throughout his career, Rob has displayed an ability to work effectively with industry, the military services, civilian agencies, and Congress.
A 30-year veteran of procurement law and policy development, Rob served in the Executive Office of the President as deputy administrator of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy (OFPP), the nation’s top career federal procurement official. He also served as acting administrator for two years during his seven-year tenure at OFPP.
Prior to joining OFPP in 2001, he spent over 20 years as a senior acquisition attorney with the Department of Defense. At the Defense Contract Management Agency, he worked closely with the Defense Contract Audit Agency and negotiated the resolution of high-profile contract disputes with major defense contractors. He served as general counsel for DoD’s Defense Energy Support Center as well as associate general counsel for the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), the DoD component responsible for purchasing most of the general supplies and services used by the military services. At DLA, Rob served as counsel to the agency’s suspension and debarment official and managed the agency’s fraud remedies program, working with the Department of Justice and the criminal investigative agencies to coordinate appropriate remedies in major procurement fraud cases.
Vice President and General Manager
Diplomacy, Commerce, and Government Operations (DCGO)
Christopher Hegedus is the Vice President and General Manager of GDIT’s Diplomacy, Commerce, and Government Operations (DCGO) Sector. In that capacity, he oversees all of GDIT’s work and over 2,000 staff supporting a diverse set of civilian agencies including: State, Commerce, GSA, USDA, DOI, DOL, USPS, the Legislative Branch, and others. He also serves as the executive sponsor for GDIT’s Shared Services Council. Mr. Hegedus is an expert in IT transformation, cloud and transition to managed services. He worked closely with the Department of Commerce Enterprise Services in their transition to a managed services model. Throughout his career, Mr. Hegedus has served as a trusted advisor to C-level executives and federal Senior Executives.
During his more than 20 year career, Mr. Hegedus has held roles of progressive responsibility. He began his professional life developing complex solution architectures for telephony customers at Accenture. He then served as a Program Manager for SAIC, managing complex software, infrastructure and cybersecurity work for customers including the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). His work there included implementing the agencies’ largest IT transformation initiative. Mr. Hegedus subsequently served as the General Manager for Pragmatics Inc.’s Federal Civilian Division. At Pragmatics, he managed and grew significant work at multiple agencies and led innovative programs for agencies such as USPTO, FDIC, OCC, FAA, and State. Subsequently, he joined SRA (which became CSRA then GDIT) and managed operating units of increasing size with focus on diverse federal civilian agencies.
Mr. Hegedus holds a Bachelors in International Political Economics from the College of William and Mary. He is also Project Management Professional (PMP) certified and was a member of the ACT-IAC Partner’s Class of 2014.