eGlobalTech (eGT), a leading provider of innovative IT, cybersecurity, and management consulting services for the federal government, announced the appointment of Matthew House as vice president of Homeland Security and National Security. House will be responsible for service delivery and account management.
In his near 20 years in IT consulting, House has supported the Executive Office of the President, U.S. Air Force, National Nuclear Security Administration, and Department of Homeland Security. House earned bachelor’s degrees in physics and computer science from the University of Maryland and holds a master’s degree in information technology from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
“We are very excited to add such a prominent expert to our executive team,” said Sanjiv Jain, CEO of eGT. “His experience and capabilities will enable us to grow the account, enhance customer engagement strategies, and ensure delivery of quality services.”
“I joined eGT because of its reputation as a go-to technology and cyber firm for the federal government,” said House. “The company’s R&D technology program, eGT Labs, is particularly impressive and it uniquely positions eGlobalTech to provide innovative solutions that modernize federal systems.”