Deb Oliver, President

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Deb Oliver is the President of Seagate Government Solutions. In this role, she is responsible for defining the SGS strategic direction and for driving day-to-day operational milestones to meet the strategy and growth objectives. Deb draws upon her 30+ years in government contracting to position Seagate Government Solutions as a key provider of innovative storage solutions to the Federal government.

Prior to joining Seagate Government Solutions, she was the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Vencore, Inc. (formally known as The SI Organization, Inc.) When the SI was divested from Lockheed Martin in November 2010, Deb led transformational initiatives while driving operational excellence, revenue, market competitiveness, cost control, and talent attraction/retention. Results delivered include transformation to a stand-alone corporation in ten months while cutting costs; YoY market share growth; improving customer satisfaction; and capturing a 99% win rate on re-compete business. For expansion of strategic capabilities and customer, Deb led strategic acquisitions, including data analytics and R&D companies and was integral in acquisition/integration of technology solutions firm that doubled company size.

Prior to this position, she served as a Program Vice President for Lockheed Martin’s Information Systems & Global Solutions line of business. Under her leadership, the business secured five strategic, sole-source awards that represented over $800 million of base orders with options that extended over an additional 10 years. These awards also successfully shaped the business’ entry into adjacent markets, resulting in contract wins in International and Identity Intelligence. Before her appointment to Program Vice President, Deb served as the Deputy for the SI.

Deb attended the Worcester Polytechnic Institute where she received a Bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering. She then went on to attend Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute where she received a Master’s degree in electrical engineering. Deb also holds a Master’s degree in business management from Stanford University. She has won numerous awards throughout her career, including Lockheed Martin’s “One-in-a-Thousand” award for engineering excellence. In 2003, Deb was named a Stanford Sloan Fellow. She lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and they have two grown children.