CA Names Pat Gnazzo General Manager For Public Sector Business
CA (NYSE: CA) today announced Pat Gnazzo as its senior vice president and general manager for its U.S. Public Sector business, effective immediately. In this newly created position, Gnazzo heads up all operations for CA’s Federal, State and Local business including management, administration, and regulatory matters, as well as government relations. He reports to George Fischer, executive vice president and general manager of Worldwide Sales, and will be located in the Washington D.C. area.
“Our public sector business continues to be one of the highest growth areas for CA,” said Fischer. “Working in partnership with Mark Thompson, head of North American Sales, Pat will help us create a best-in-class process to shape and build this very important and growing market segment. He understands government and his expertise in compliance, combined with his deep knowledge of CA solutions, uniquely positions him to design an integrated approach to manage projects and contracts that best address the needs of our government customers.”
Gnazzo was previously senior vice president, business practices and chief risk and compliance officer for CA. He joined the company in 2005 to create its compliance, ethics and risk program, as well as oversee its government regulatory compliance, records and information management, business continuity and privacy programs.
Prior to CA, Gnazzo held significant positions at United Technologies Corporation (UTC), including chief compliance officer; vice president for contracts and deputy general counsel at Pratt Whitney, a division of UTC; vice president and government liaison, president of United Technologies International; and vice president for government contracts and compliance. Gnazzo joined UTC in 1981 after serving as the associate general counsel, chief trial attorney, and director of the U.S. Department of the Navy’s litigation division.
He also has served on the board of directors of the Ethics and Compliance Officers Association, is former chairman of the Defense Industry Initiative’s working group, and is a frequent lecturer on ethics and compliance. Gnazzo is on the Board of the Ethics Research Center, Procurement Round Table and on the Board of Advisors of the National Contract Management Association.
CA works with 95 percent of U.S. federal agencies and numerous state and local governments. CA builds the solutions to better manage, govern and secure IT to help manage the cost of government, meet the needs of constituents and serve citizens effectively.
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