Chief Innovation Officer
Chad Sheridan, Chief Innovation Officer at NetImpact Strategies
In the current role, he is tasked with identifying and collaborating with technology partners to design and execute various information systems and business solutions to support customer requirements.
During his tenure, the company received from the Department of Defense a $12M contract modification for the Medical Community of Interest. The task order calls for the organization to provide various services, including program and project management, circuit coordination, internet protocol data collection analysis, and processing and validation.
Before joining the organization in February 2020, Sheridan was chief of service delivery and operations at the USDA-Farm Production and Conservation Business Center, which provides IT operations support to the Farm Service Agency, Natural Resources Conservation Service and Risk Management Agency.
Previously, he served in the role of chief information officer for more than seven years at USDA-RMA, leading all areas of the agency’s information systems, including development, modernization, operations, improvement and maintenance.
In addition, he developed strategic vision, plans and budgets for the IT group and led the partnership with business units to improve the delivery of the Federal Crop Insurance Program.
Early in his career, he served in the U.S. Navy for over 18 years, holding various positions of increasing responsibility. His most recent role was deputy director for Information Technology Management, overseeing technology strategies and operations for the IT department consisting of 400 employees, 15 direct reports and a budget of $100M.
Sheridan earned his bachelor’s degree in nuclear engineering from the University of Virginia and received his executive education program from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology – Sloan School of Management.
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