TeraThink Corporation, a provider of management and technology consulting services to the federal government, announced today that it has hired John Munies as senior vice president to oversee all strategic planning, operations and management for its civilian and homeland security programs.
Munies understands what is necessary to catapult TeraThink to the midsized business marketplace. He brings more than 27 years of senior level technology and finance experience, including nearly 14 years at CACI International and 13 years in various positions with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
“I am both honored and excited to join the high performance team at TeraThink. I have admired this company and its leadership team for several years as a business partner in particular for their innovation and solutions serving the Federal Government and its National Security Mission. I look forward to joining this outstanding team of consultants and playing a part in their long-term strategy for growth,” says Munies.
Prior to joining TeraThink, Munies served as a senior vice president where he helped lead the business development and strategic alliance success in the ERP market space. Munies has also served in several legislative and executive branch positions for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts including chief financial officer for the Department of Revenue, chief operating officer for the Registry of Motor Vehicles, deputy chief information officer at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, deputy assistant comptroller in the Office the State Comptroller, and deputy director of fiscal policy at the Massachusetts Senate Ways and Means Committee leading several enterprise information technology transformation projects.
“TeraThink’s tremendous growth over the past three years has propelled us into the unrestricted market. Our future growth plan requires strategic investments in senior executives to continue on our planned trajectory,” says President and CEO, Paul Lombardi. “John brings a wealth of federal and industry knowledge and experience that will play a major role in defining and implementing a plan to double our size to $100M over the next three years.”