Jefferson Announces MJ Sivulich as Senior Vice President

Jefferson Business Consulting announced today that MJ Sivulich has been named the company’s senior vice president, effective immediately. In this capacity, MJ will be responsible for the overall strategic direction of Jefferson Business Consulting.  MJ will continue to support clients looking to grow their footprint in the federal space.  MJ has over 20 years of experience in the federal market, most recently as a vice president at Jefferson Business Consulting.  In this role, she was responsible for direct client support and managing the company’s market intelligence practice.

About Jefferson Business Consulting, LLC
Jefferson Business Consulting has a track record for helping companies create, build, and sustain business with the federal government.  Jefferson professionals are intimately familiar with the internal procurement processes, contractor community, and politics of the federal government and are adept at incorporating this knowledge into strategy and implementation plans for growth.

WashingtonExec: Jefferson Consulting Group Adds Marty Mackes as Chief Delivery Officer

“I am thrilled to have Marty join this amazing team,” said Jefferson CEO Janet Clement. “I’ve worked with Marty previously and I know his commitment to execution, quality, and people.”

Mackes joins from Avantus Federal (formerly E3 Federal Solutions). His most recent role there was chief delivery officer.

“I’m excited to lead an amazing talented team with a history of delivering exceptional results to the Federal Government while supporting the firm’s business growth and corporate strategy in addition to leading Human Resources, Recruiting, Contracts, and the firm’s information technology groups,” Mackes said.

Mackes has over 25 years’ experience executing and authorizing delivery services and solutions to federal clients. He’s successfully led and grown business in small and large companies.

“Marty is an excellent addition to our Executive team and it’s great to have him on board and leading delivery,” said Allan Burman, longtime president of Jefferson Solutions. “His extensive experience gives him a terrific perspective to lead Jefferson delivery and help our clients achieve their missions”

Mackes sits on the board of the Homeland Defense Business Council and served on the Washington Homeland Security Roundtable Steering Committee. He holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Old Dominion University.

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About Jefferson Consulting Group, LLC
Washington, D.C.-based Jefferson offers professional services to the federal sector and consulting services to companies that want to pursue government business opportunities.

Jefferson CEO Elected to Professional Services Council Board of Directors

The Professional Services Council (PSC) Executive Committee elected Jefferson Consulting Group Chief Executive Officer Janet Clement to the PSC Board of Directors during a quarterly meeting yesterday.

“I’m pleased to work with PSC President and CEO David Berteau and the rest of the Board of Directors to lead the association on issues that matter to companies like Jefferson,” said Clement. “I look forward to working with the many companies at PSC to help find solutions to the challenges our government clients face today and into the future.”

The PSC Board of Directors consists of 80 executives from member companies who have shown leadership in the industry and a commitment to PSC’s goals for building a fair and competitive federal contracting marketplace. They are elected by their peers and reflect the breadth and diversity of PSC member companies. As members of the PSC Board, these directors will help PSC continue to be the premier association for federal government contractors.

The Board is responsible for policy oversight and for setting the direction of the association, which is in its 49th year as the voice of the government technology and professional services industry.

For a full list of the PSC Board members, please click here.

Jefferson Consulting Group Announces Janet H. Clement as Chief Executive Officer

Jefferson Consulting Group, an award-winning woman owned small business, is pleased to announce that Janet H. Clement will succeed Julia T. Susman as Chief Executive Officer. Julie will retire on June 1st following the sale of her company.

“Janet is the right leader at the right time to ensure Jefferson’s continued growth and success,” said Ms. Susman. “She is a collaborative, dynamic leader with three decades of experience directing growth, change and improvement, and large-scale transformation with a focus on customer solutions. We are delighted to welcome her to Jefferson.”

Janet’s government service started as a contracting officer for the Air Force; she was most recently the COO of GKG. She has worked with Defense, Homeland, and Civilian Agencies, providing mission and mission support solutions, including Shared Services, Human Capital, Program Management, Category Management, Change and Organization Management, Strategy, Software Development, and IT infrastructure. Before joining industry, Ms. Clement led Agency Strategic Planning, Human Capital Planning, and Organization Development at the U.S. Mint.

Janet added, “I am honored to succeed Ms. Susman who built a company with a strong reputation for integrity, innovation, and thought leadership. I am also extremely impressed with the consulting team’s results-focused expertise, experience, and relentless commitment to excellence. It’s an exciting time to be joining this close knit, results-driven firm.”

During Ms. Susman’s 32-year tenure, Jefferson expanded to include two successful companies: Jefferson Solutions, which provides acquisition, human capital, and program management services to the federal government, and Jefferson Business Consulting, which advises commercial clients on how to identify, create, win, sustain, and grow Federal contracts.

Janet earned her Master of Science in Organization Development and her Bachelor of Science in Production and Operations Management with a minor is Social Psychology.