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Kim Denver

Kim Denver

Senior Vice President, Chief Corporate Contracts Executive


On 15 April 2013, Mr. Kim Denver joined SAIC/Leidos as the Federal Corporate Contracts Director. In July 2014, Mr. Denver was appointed corporate responsibility for Contracts, Procurement and Pricing functions. As Corporate Contracts, Procurement & Pricing Director, Mr. Denver leads a team in excess of 400 professionals in the execution, compliance, and oversight of federal, commercial and international contracts, valued at approximately $6B, awarded to Leidos for missions in national security, health, and engineering domains. Annually, his team procures approximately $2.6B and prices over $15B in proposals. Mr. Denver brings over 24 years of federal contracting leadership and experience. On 19 June 2011, Mr. Kim Denver, then a member of the Senior Executive Service, was appointed as the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army (Procurement) (DASA(P)). As DASA(P), he led over 8,000 military and civilian contracting professionals and managed the Army’s procurement mission, including development and dissemination of policies, processes and contracting business systems. He directed the evaluation, measurement and continuous improvement for 270+ Army contracting offices worldwide executing contracts for major weapons systems, base logistics support, construction and wartime operational contracting in Iraq and Afghanistan; he served as the Army’s. Functional Chief Representative for Contracting, overseeing the recruitment, training, certification, and professional development of the Army’s contracting workforce.

Mr. Denver’s career also included serving as the Director for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers National Contracting Organization from 2008 to 2011. He served as the principal contracting advisor to the Chief of Engineers and directly exercised authority over three Regional Principal Assistants Responsible for Contracting (PARCs), nine Regional Contracting Chiefs, and four Center Contracting Chiefs and a workforce of 1,500 employees. He provided organizational contracting and business solutions, that ensured the development of streamlined standard contracting processes and procedures, and served as a business liaison between USACE and state and local governments, academia, foreign nations, and other agencies.

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