Collaboration Council Industry Chair
Judith Douglas champions Perspecta technology-enabled innovation, offerings, and partnerships that improve government’s performance. She strengthens Perspecta’s value to customers with her insight and public service experience in government and industry that spans federal, state and local levels and academia. Her personal mission is to accelerate performance in government by improving the ability to work effectively across sector and organizational boundaries.
Douglas is a Fellow with the National Academy of Public Administration. She is the Chair of the American Council for Technology-Industry Advisory Council (ACT-IAC), Institute for Innovation. She also serves in a variety of leadership positions with the Professional Services Council (PSC) and the Partnership for Public Service. Douglas is a Commissioner for the Arthur S. Flemming Awards that highlight mid-career achievement in federal service, with particular focus on science and technology.
Douglas has been recognized as a “catalyst for innovation and collaboration across the industry” with a Fed 100 Award, the Fed 100 President’s Award, and as first recipient of the ACT-IAC Spirit Award.
Previously, Douglas served as Vice President of Leadership and Performance at the Council for Excellence in Government. There she continued a career-long focus on shaping cross-sector professional communities to accelerate learning. She led the Excellence in Government Fellows, Senior Fellows and e-Government Fellows leadership programs for high-level federal employees, and launched the Women Executives for Government Excellence Program for leaders in the public and private sectors.
Douglas was principal in the Government Consulting Services group at EDS. During her tenure, she led the development of EDS’ first global e-government strategy offerings and developed new offerings in enterprise architecture and risk assessment. She consulted with federal interagency councils of CIOs, CFOs and procurement executives to strengthen their cross-government governance.
As a director with the U.S. General Services Administration, she led the prestigious Trail Boss community, which is made up of top federal leaders responsible for successful use of technology. She created the center for government-wide IT management to bring leading practices to the federal sector.
Douglas holds a Master’s in Public Administration from Syracuse University’s Maxwell