RESTON, Va.—November 16, 2020 – Noblis, a leading provider of science, technology and strategy services to the federal government has promoted Mile Corrigan from vice president and corporate officer, to senior vice president and corporate officer of Noblis Federal Civilian Solutions (FCS). She will also lead the newly formed Noblis Solution Delivery Organization (SDO), focused on delivering value-driven solutions to Noblis clients. Her promotion was approved by the Noblis Board of Trustees.
Corrigan is responsible for the strategy, business development and program execution of the federal civilian government portfolio and Noblis’ corporate digital solutions delivery. Her team contributes to transportation and space systems running smoothly, government agencies managing costs effectively and efficiently, and citizens receiving high-quality, engaging services.
“Mile has led and won major opportunities at Noblis,” said Amr ElSawy, president and CEO, Noblis. “She excels at customer engagement and has led FCS to deliver outstanding results including receiving ‘exceptional’ ratings on numerous prime contracts. Mile led the FCS team in developing a strong business development pipeline and executing with focus and discipline. Her strong technical background coupled with her understanding of business, market dynamics and our client’s missions, will be invaluable as she leads our newly formed Solutions Delivery Organization. The Noblis SDO will apply customer-centric, agile approaches to solutions delivery, drawing upon key innovations produced by our internally funded Noblis Sponsored Research and solutions we currently deploy to help our customers achieve their critical missions.”
Corrigan is an industry-recognized expert in software engineering with specialized expertise in agile software development and the management and implementation of digital solutions, web-based systems, enterprise architecture programs and lean process engineering initiatives. She was previously the Noblis vice president of Transportation and Telecommunications, and has led transformation in the areas of software development, modeling and simulation, user experience, visual analytics and mobile application technology.
She earned a master’s degree in Business Administration from Georgetown University and a bachelor’s degree in Management Science and Information Technology from Virginia Tech.