AFS Appoints Chris Bjornson As Cloud Practice Lead and Ben Peavy As CIO

AFS Appoints Chris Bjornson As Cloud Practice Lead and Ben Peavy As CIO
Accenture Federal Services

Accenture Federal Services (AFS) announced on Monday that it has promoted two technology executives to support the mission-critical work the company provides on behalf of its government customers. Chris Bjornson has been named cloud practice lead and Ben Peavy has been named chief information officer (CIO).

Bjornson previously served as AFS’ CIO and will bring his extensive experience in advising companies and federal clients on their cloud journeys to his new role. He will lead the next wave of investments and expansion of the cloud practice. 

Bjornson will assist in building and advancing cloud capabilities and asset development, go-to-market and talent to support cloud technology for the federal government, including defense, intelligence and public safety agencies. 

Peavy has worked as the San Antonio Advanced Technology Center (ATC) lead since 2016. The ATC is AFS’s largest and most innovative U.S.-based delivery network. Peavy brings over 27 years of information technology knowledge to his new role, having served government and commercial clients during his career at Accenture. He will also continue to serve as Accenture’s office managing director for San Antonio.   

About Accenture Federal Services 

Accenture Federal Services, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Accenture LLP, is a U.S. company with offices across the country, including Arlington, Virginia, San Antonio, Texas, and St. Louis, Missouri. AFS serves every cabinet-level department and 30 of the largest federal organizations. Accenture Federal Services transforms bold ideas into breakthrough outcomes for clients at defense, intelligence, public safety, civilian and military health organizations. 

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