Paul Nedzbala

Executive Vice President, Health and Civil Group

As Executive Vice President of SRA's Health and Civil Group, Paul Nedzbala drives the strategic direction, growth, planning and performance of a team responsible for delivering mission-critical IT solutions and professional services to the federal department level agencies which comprise the health and civil market.

With over 27 years of federal contracting experience, Nedzbala has been instrumental in developing strategies that capitalize on SRA's strengths to help our customers solve some of their most complex problems. He has developed a high performing team focused on driving innovation, efficiency and mission-centric thinking that addresses customer challenges today and in the future. Nedzbala and his team have been instrumental in developing solutions to help progress scientific research, implement technology in support of health care financing and veteran’s benefits, serve diplomatic and security missions, advise on environmental and energy related programs, facilitate agency strategies and human capital policy, and develop innovative IT solutions across the breadth of health and civil agencies.

Prior to his appointment as Executive Vice President of SRA’s Health and Civil Group, Nedzbala held multiple leadership roles in both SRA’s former Health and Civil Government Groups, where he was responsible for generating significant growth in these markets. He joined SRA as part of SRA’s acquisition of Constella Group, LLC, in 2007 where he had served as Chief Operating Officer for the Constella Health Sciences business unit, providing solutions in support of U.S. domestic health agencies.

Prior to Constella, Nedzbala served in various leadership roles with United Information Systems (UIS), including Vice President of IT Services. He also served as Program Manager for the Washington Consulting Group, where he led a team of software engineers in supporting IT initiatives for the National Institutes of Health.

Nedzbala has a bachelor's in management science from Virginia Polytechnic Institute.