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April 26, 2023
Trusted Advisor

NetImpact welcomes Ian Graham as Vice President of Health!

Ian will be responsible for daily operations of the Defense and Civilian Health Business Units, including scaling the organization and ensuring that NetImpact continues to successfully support its customers' mission as a trusted advisor. He has spent over 25 years helping federal organizations overcome significant mission and IT challenges, leading high-profile programs in areas such as post-9/11 military readiness, air/water quality data solutions during the BP Oil Spill, patient safety at NIH, COVID data analysis, and several other key initiatives.

Prior to joining our team, Ian led and grew a portion of Octo Consulting Group's Health Business Unit and has served as Vice President at Salient CRGT and Qlarion.

Ian Graham joins NetImpact

About NetImpact

NetImpact is a NextGen digital transformation leader disrupting how technology is applied to deliver mission value. Our team understands the challenges of managing and modernizing your agency’s technology.

That is why we have developed a portfolio of powerful, yet easy-to-use DX360°® PlatformFirst® apps that are designed to help you tackle your mission’s most pressing needs.

Building on our decades of experience in developing technology that integrates seamlessly into your ecosystem, we have harnessed the power of platforms from world-class partners like Microsoft to bring you a range of products for digital transformation in Government. These trailblazing applications are high-value, ready-to-use solutions tailored to federal missions and their evolving needs.

Our DX360°® suite of high-performance digital solutions drives impact by delivering agile, outcome-focused results to securely transform client operations and accelerate mission outcomes at a fraction of the cost of traditional projects.

"Excellence is never an accident; it is always the result of high intention, sincere effort, intelligent direction, skillful execution and the vision to see obstacles as opportunities."