Susan Wedge is Managing Partner and the US Public & Federal Market Leader of IBM Consulting. In this role, she oversees consulting partnerships with government, education, healthcare and life science customers.
Ms. Wedge entered IBM as senior consultant and program manager where she was responsible for improving performance for an intelligence community customer. She then held roles such as partner and leader of the U.S. federal operational transformation practice and senior partner of the civilian and health aspect of the U.S. federal market business.
Ms. Wedge began her career at American Management Systems, where she spearheaded financial planning with the company’s public sector clientele, rising the ranks from intern to consultant to principal and exiting as senior principal after seven years with the firm.
Troy Edgar serves in the IBM Business Services US Federal consulting business as Partner, Finance and Supply Chain Transformation. He brings together the IBM service lines and practice areas to our federal market clients and helps IBM better understand the voice of the customer and reinforce the eminence of our brand.
Edgar was previously the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), responsible for the $90 billion budget, financial systems modernization, and financial operations for all DHS management and operations. Edgar is a U.S. Navy veteran with more than 25 years of consulting, corporate and public sector experience as a senior executive delivering consulting services to over 40 Fortune 500 companies across many industries including government, aerospace and defense, logistics and technology.
He started his consulting career at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) after nearly a decade with Boeing as the CFO for the company's $3 billion military aircraft logistics and C17 USAF/Boeing Globemaster III Sustainment Partnership (GSP) business. He later founded Global Conductor (GC), a $130 million boutique consulting firm specializing in F500 business transformation, corporate consolidations, restructuring, acquisition integration, shared services, and systems integration.