Robert Veschi, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
Mr. Veschi is one of the founding members of P3S Corporation and serves as Executive Vice President.
Whether advising government and industry, leading organizations within the Fortune 500, or building profitable ventures for himself, Bob Veschi
is a doer and catalyst who quickly drives business success.
With decades of experience in organizational dynamics, operations and business development, Bob helps shape P3S Corporation, providing organizational guidance, focus, and clear direction.
During his more than 40-year career, Bob served as president four times for organizations within the Fortune 500 who were acquired, acquiring or merging during his tenure.
As a consummate change agent, each time he
was recognized as the "go-to-guy" to drive the integration and re-alignment of the companies.
These road-warrior experiences have given him a unique and indispensable expertise that transcends industry and company size and helps clients large and small accelerate their performance.
Prior to officially joining P 3S Corporation, Bob served as President of Nortel Government Solutions, Defense Sector.
He joined the company in 2004 to stand-up a Defense-oriented IT solutions organization from scratch.
was responsible for charting the Sector's
strategic direction and small business acquisitions, growing the business by 20 percent in two years.
Bob was also President of CDSI Solutions, a $300 million information technology services provider.
He was appointed Executive Vice President of Affiliated Computer Systems (ACS) and ACS Government Solutions, when CDSI was purchased by ACS later that year.
leadership, the company achieved a 70 percent win rate and annual revenue grew from $300 million to $500 million.
For more than a dozen years, Bob
was a player at the senior level of Martin Marietta - now Lockheed Martin
- as it transformed into an IT solutions industry leader.
When Martin Marietta went on an acquisitions spree, Bob
led the employee, customer and business integration of many of these companies to ensure a positive return on investment.
Before venturing into industry, Bob spent 30 years as a civil servant with the Department of Defense.
was instrumental in developing the Army's Test and Experimentation Command (TEXCOM) information technology infrastructure, and was also instrumental in advising IRS
and DISA on related initiatives.
Bob holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from American Technological University and is a graduate of the Defense Systems Management College.