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Zal Azmi
Nexus Solutions LLC is a Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB) that provides consulting services to government and private sector clients


Mr. Azmi is currently serving as the Chief Executive Officer for Nexus Solutions LLC. He offers more than 30 years of leadership experience and has demonstrated success in the development, program management, performance management, and organizational maturity, among other disciplines..


Mr. Azmi is also the President and Chief Operating Officer for IMTAS © INC. IMTAS © is an award-winning ISO 9001:2015 Certified company. In his leadership role Mr. Azmi was responsible for a complete transformation of the company to include, introducing new lines business, focusing on key clients, developing a go-to-market strategy, streamlining the Backoffice business process to include moving all existing capabilities to the cloud enabling the employees to work from anywhere, introducing employee incentive plans to reduce employee turn over, and adding more CMMI and ISO certifications (ISO:20000, ISO:27000, CMMI-SVC/3) to the company's portfolio while ensuring company financial growth.

Mr. Azmi held the title of Senior Vice President at CACI International (2008-2013). He was primarily responsible for the Cyberspace Security Solutions and services that support the full life cycle of preparing for, protecting against, detecting, reacting to cyber threats. The Cyberspace Solutions group provided support to mainly Defense, Intelligence, Diplomatic, and Homeland Security organizations.


Earlier in his career, Mr. Azmi served for 25 years in a variety of leadership positions within the DOD and other federal intelligence agencies. In his last 10 years of public service he served as the CIO for both the Department of Justice's United States Attorney's Office (2000-2004) and the FBI (2004-2009). During his tenure at the FBI, Mr. Azmi established the CIO organizations, information assurance and cybersecurity programs, program management, portfolio and asset management capabilities and completely modernized the information technology infrastructure to support the mission with an operational budget of $1.3 billion annually.

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