Vice President ASRC Federal
Ivette Granier-Smith is an executive strategist who has successfully supported the growth and operations of financially strong organizations. Her extensive government IT industry involvement gives her unique insight into the solutions and best practices companies can implement to increase business success with federal agencies. As a recognized leader in her field, Ms. Granier-Smith brings high value and expertise to all of her clients. Ivette is a Vice President at ASRC Federal, where she is responsible for Business Operations and Business Development for Federal Civillian Agencies Prior to GDIT, Ivette was a Senior Director at General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT) within the Health and Civil Solutions Sector. She directs the Department of Energy and Agriculture programs, including work at DOE HQ, INL, FERC, and USDA FSIS. Previously, Ivette served as President of Innovative Government Services, and a Principal at Deep Water Point, LLC, providing executive consulting services to the Federal contracting community. Services include P&L operations management; strategic planning, and full life-cycle capture management activities. She also served as president of Triton Federal Solutions, a subsidiary of Project Performance Corporation (PPC), which is a subsidiary of U.K. based AEA Group. at Triton Federal Solutions, she directed the business strategy and organizational development while helping navigate the FOCI mitigation process to obtain a facility clearance with the Department of Energy (DOE). Triton’s main customers were DOE and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC). Ivette also worked at PPC as a vice president for Information Technology Solutions, leading the growth of PPC’s IT business. She was a key contributor to the 7-fold increase in annual revenue through growth of IT programs for DOE, EPA, and U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). She also served as the capture manager and program manager for various programs including USPTO SETA 3 & IDEAI, DOE ITSS Programs, providing expert advice on infrastructure, design, SW engineering, architecture, and integration to the OCIO and to DOE Environmental Management program. Other achievements included creating and implementing strategic business development efforts, and helping to start a Capability Maturity Model (CMM) program that resulted in the company’s independent certification at CMMI Level 3. Earlier in her career, Ivette worked at AT&T Government Solution Inc. and its acquired firm, GRCI. She held numerous leadership positions in operations and program management, as a VP managed GRCI’s two largest programs ($100M/year), major Army systems and integration development engagements. She also served as vice president of Business Development Operations. She began her career as an operations research analyst and software developer. She actively participates in several industry and government associations:
- She is the Chair of the American Council for Technology-Industry Advisory Council Fellows Program and previously chaired the IAC Partners Program, a professional development program for government and industry executives.
- Previous board member of the Association for Federal Information Resource Managers (AFFIRM) and on the Government Business Executive Forum (GBEF).
Ivette holds a BS in mathematics from George Mason University, and an MA in econometrics/economics from the University of Maryland.