Tuesday, November 05, 2013 2:28 PM
Falls Church, VA – November 5, 2013 – IntelliDyne, LLC, a leading IT consulting firm for public sector agencies, is proud to announce the internal promotion of Mr. Bill Maguire as its new Chief Operating Officer. In this new role, Mr. Maguire will lead the company in developing and expanding business operations, in effectively executing IntelliDyne’s business strategy, and in ensuring operational excellence across the IntelliDyne enterprise.
Mr. Maguire joined IntelliDyne in 2010 and has over 30 years of experience in the Operations and Information Technology fields, developing scalable operations infrastructure and strategic technology plans. His skills include enterprise risk management, driving operational excellence, and evaluating and implementing new technologies in client environments. Mr. Maguire has extensive executive-level experience with full-enterprise business operations and data center management, in addition to his knowledge of technical and business strategy.
Prior to joining IntelliDyne, Mr. Maguire served as Vice President and Chief Information Officer for airline giant Virgin America, helping launch the airline with his infrastructure and technology expertise. In addition to his work in the private sector, Mr. Maguire possesses decades of experience working in government and non-profits, serving as a CIO for San Jose University and managing data center operations for the U.S. Postal Service. In 2012, Mr. Maguire was recognized as one of Washington D.C.’s Most Innovative CTOs by the Northern Virginia Technology Council.
IntelliDyne CEO Tony Crescenzo stated, "Bill Maguire’s leadership and innovation have created strategic solutions that provide measurable business impact for our clients and employees. Most importantly, Bill’s ability to lead and inspire people, collaborate, communicate, and apply his expertise has made him a natural choice for this important position.”
About IntelliDyne, LLC
IntelliDyne, LLC is a consulting firm that enables better business performance through innovative technology solutions. We manage public sector programs that deliver higher operational efficiency and measurable value to clients. We advise, develop, and execute effective solutions in Information Assurance/Cyber Security, Cloud Computing, Application Development and Mobile Computing, Analytics, Business Process Management, Data Center Consolidation, Enterprise Collaboration and Enterprise Infrastructure Management
In The News
Tuesday, November 05, 2013 9:51 AM
IntelliDyne’s recent promotion of Bill Maguire to Chief Operating Officer was recently highlighted across several Washington DC media publications, including: Washington Business Journal, Washington Technology, WashingtonExec, GovConWire and CityBizList. An operations and information technology veteran, Mr. Maguire will leverage his 30-years of technology experience in this new role to lead IntelliDyne in developing and expanding business operations and ensuring operational excellence across the IntelliDyne enterprise.
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In The News
Washington Business Journal Features IntelliDyne CEO Tony Crescenzo on Innovative Solutions to Government Furlough
Friday, October 25, 2013 9:47 AM
WBJ’s Jill Aitoro recently interviewed IntelliDyne CEO Tony Crescenzo in an article discussing the differing methods that large and medium-sized government contractors employed to deal with furloughed workers during the Federal government shutdown in early October.
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In The News
IntelliDyne Garners National Media Attention During Government Shutdown for Going ‘Above & Beyond’ to Protect Employees from Furlough
Thursday, October 17, 2013 6:52 PM
In the midst of the16-day government shutdown, most contractors mirrored the government’s strategy of furloughing staff until funding is re-authorized. IntelliDyne decided to take a very different path.
To help mitigate the effects and ensure that IntelliDyne employees will still be able to support their families in the midst of the congressional stalemate, IntelliDyne leadership team challenged itself to think outside the box and come up with a viable solution. Their plan included a voluntary program that allowed employees to pledge their own paid time off to a pledged pool that would be evenly distributed to furloughed employees.
Announcing the program on Friday, October 4, and finalizing the legal and regulatory details over the weekend, IntelliDyne executive management quickly led the way by starting the pledging with over 300 of their own PTO hours. Pledges from more IntelliDyne employees began coming in, and by the morning of October 8, more than 1,500 hours had been pledged.
The story was widely covered by both local and national media as IntelliDyne was dubbed "Good Samaritans" for stepping up to protect its employees under difficult circumstances. "I could not be more proud of my team and their sincere commitment to each other during difficult times," says Tony Crescenzo, IntelliDyne’s CEO.
Read more about the story and IntelliDyne’s coverage below:
Washington Post – October 7, 2013
"At Falls Church-based technology contractor IntelliDyne, just over a dozen of the company’s nearly 300 employees have been furloughed. Company executives, concerned about how they would pay the workers, pooled their own vacation time to create a bank of hours the furloughed can draw from."
Wall Street Journal – October 8, 2013
"After huddling with his chief financial officer and tax advisors on Oct. 4, Mr. Crescenzo found there was enough accrued vacation among staff and executives to keep the 14 full-time equivalents going for three weeks, if the paid time-off was divided among employees."
Fox News – October 9, 2013
NPR– October 8, 2013
"Robert Siegel: More than a dozen people are furloughed contractors employed by the consulting firm IntelliDyne in Falls Church, Virginia. But instead of having to make do without pay or benefits, their non-furloughed colleagues decided to share their paid time off. IntelliDyne CEO Tony Crescenzo says the idea started with the company's senior executives pooling their paid time off."
Huffington Post – October 8, 2013
"It's unfortunate that private companies can find a way to do this kind of thing and Congress can't do it," Crescenzo said.
Yahoo! Shine – October 9, 2013
"To date, 50 employees and 100 percent of the executive team have donated in excess of 1500 hours — which translates to more than a month of pay and benefits for the company's furloughed workers." Says Crescenzo, "I was amazed by the swiftness and generosity of the response."
Washington Business Journal – October 7, 2013
"What no one is mentioning is that for federal employees that are furloughed, Congress can eventually pass a bill and they get paid again," said IntelliDyne CEO Tony Crescenzo. "But these folks won't get paid. For most contracts, they'll eventually turn the spigot back on. But the money that was going to be spent is gone and gone for good."
WTOP 103.5FM – October 8, 2013
"Crescenzo spent eight years in the U.S. Marine Corps and says, ‘One of their many mottos is 'we don't leave anybody behind,' so we really took this seriously and we wanted to take care of our own.’"
WashingtonExec – October 9, 2013
"To lead the way, my executive team kick-started the donations and within 24 hours, company employees have collectively donated nearly 1,000 PTO hours have been contributed to cover our furloughed colleagues. I could not be more proud of my team and their sincere commitment to each other during difficult times,’ Crescenzo stated."
Federal News Radio - October 11, 2013
"If you're a fed, chances are you're getting a skimpy paycheck today. But at least you know Congress may vote to pay your entire salary retroactively once the shutdown ends. It's not that way for federal contractors, especially the smaller ones. The shutdown is forcing them to make tough decisions."
In The News
Thursday, September 19, 2013 1:54 PM
Helios HR’s newsletter recently shared an interview with IntelliDyne’s Senior VP of Human Resources Shirl Jenkins, on managing transitions in leadership and promotions from within, fostering a company culture of intention and continuous learning, and its award-winning health and wellness program.
The Helios HR Chariot newsletter is a monthly online publication that provides timely HR trends, advice and best practices. Shirl’s full interview can be found in the September 2013, Issue 69 of the newsletter.
To learn more about IntelliDyne’s community leadership, read the full Helios Leadership Spotlight article here .
About Helios HR
Helios provides custom human capital management consulting, outsourcing and recruiting solutions to attract, retain, develop and engage an organization’s "core" – its people. For more information, visit www.HeliosHR.com