As CEO of Koniag Government Services, Kevin Wideman manages a portfolio of companies including Koniag Information Security Services Inc., Koniag Services, Inc., Koniag Technology Solutions, Inc., Koniag Management Solutions LLC, PacArctic LLC, Professional Computing Resources Inc., Tuknik Government Services LLC, Eagle Harbor Solutions LLC, Arlluk Technology Solutions LLC, Digitized Schematic Solutions Inc., XMCO Inc. and Kadiak, LLC. His extensive background includes nearly 30 years of experience in strategic planning, information technology, program management and development, and systems engineering.
Kevin joined KGS after most recently serving as President of Federal/Civilian Mission IT Solutions, for Vistronix, LLC, where he directed operations and business development for the largest division within their Information Services & Technology Operating Group. Mr. Wideman was also responsible for the transformation of Vistronix, LLC as Chief Operating Officer (COO), through its graduation from the 8(a) small business program, to a large competitive business with nearly $200M in annual revenue.
Mr. Wideman holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Temple University. He currently lives in Leesburg, VA with his wife Tracy and their two daughters Chanelle and Kiera. Mr. Wideman has passionately supported multiple charitable events and causes throughout his lifetime. As a former college athlete, Mr. Wideman still enjoys playing basketball and is an avid golfer.
As Chief Growth Officer for Koniag Government Services (KGS), Carl provides executive leadership to the team in collaboration of cross-functional teams, capabilities development, strategic growth both organically and acquisitively, and assists in the oversight and management including budgeting and strategic business partnerships. Carl has over 20 years of experience in the technology space, including executive operational and business development / technology roles.
Before joining KGS, Carl helped lead the strategic vision for coupling operational drivers, high caliber staff, and forward-facing technologies to meet customer needs in a $400M portfolio across Federal Intelligence, Civilian, National Security, and Health IT markets. Previously, he was the CEO and President of a software development company specializing in leading edge technology solutions for mobile, web, and cloud solutions.
Carl has a BS in Computer Information Systems and sits on the Board of Advisors for the University of Northern Colorado College of Business, his alma mater. He has also been an active participant in several Government/Industry organizations supporting innovation collaboration.
Denise Bailey serves as the Chief Administrative Officer for Koniag Government Services. In this role, Ms. Bailey manages the daily administrative operations of Human Resources, Recruiting, Facilities, Security and Contracts. Ms. Bailey collaborates with colleagues to implement policies and develop improvements for the sector. In addition, Ms. Bailey works with others in the Koniag family to drive corporate strategic projects in support of the sector and overall business plans. Ms. Bailey joined Koniag Government Services in August 2011 as the Senior HR Manager.
Prior to joining Koniag, Ms. Bailey was the VP of HR and Operations for Washington Management Group where she worked with senior management to create and administer HR policies and procedures, directed recruiting, hiring, benefits and compensation practices for the organization. Prior to her role with WMG, Ms. Bailey was the VP of Finance & Administration for Federal Sources. In this position, Ms. Bailey directed and managed the organization’s financial and administrative activities and policies.
Ms. Bailey has over 30 years of experience in all aspects of Human Resources and operations. Ms. Bailey obtained her Bachelor of Business Administration from James Madison University and is a Certified Senior Professional in Human Resources.
Aisha McGill is Koniag Government Services' Senior Vice President of Business Operations. Ms. McGill has overall responsibility for internal corporate services including Capture, Business Development and Information Technology. Her background encompasses 17 years of Business Operations experience in successfully leading and executing growth strategies for several small and large Federal Government contracting organizations. Ms. McGill has been instrumental in aggressively growing these organizations both organically and through mergers and acquisitions. Most recently, she led new business pursuit strategy and organizational process improvement to evolve the company from a small business posture to successfully competing in a full and open market.
Ms. McGill holds a Bachelor of Science degree from James Madison University, where she also received her Six Sigma certification. She has completed industry-focused programs at George Mason School of Business and Harvard Law School. Ms. McGill enjoys spending her time with family and is actively engaged in coaching sports and leading youth organizations.
Marc Madison serves as the Vice President of Proposal Operations for Koniag Government Services. Mr. Madison manages the complex analysis, modeling, and reporting on factors that impact pricing and profitability while developing best-in-class pricing proposals and strategies. He develops pricing approaches that set direction for KGS and our subsidiaries and ensures long- and short-term profitability for our Alaska Native shareholders. Additionally, he leads KGS' proposal organization by assigning resources and providing guidance during proposal execution to ensure submission of compliant, compelling, and winning bids.
Mr. Madison joined Koniag in 2011. His career has included more than 20 years of Federal pricing experience, and he has worked for several Fortune 500 government-contracting companies.
Mr. Madison holds a Bachelor of Science in Finance from the University of Maryland, and he received a Project Manager Certification from George Washington University.
Jeannette Morris serves as the Vice President of Finance and Accounting for Koniag Government Services, responsible for the management and oversight of the accounting functions as well as financial statement preparation, audit support, and the implementation of internal controls and procedures. She is responsible for managing the sector's costs to maximize profits and facilitate strategic growth.
Jeannette joined KGS as the Controller and brings more than 25 years of accounting and finance experience to the organization. She started her career in financial auditing at one of the original "Big Five" consulting firms, where she transitioned to Controller for a mix of small startup companies and large corporations across multiple industries.
Jeannette is a licensed Certified Public Accountant and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Ithaca College and a Master of Accountancy from George Mason University.
Jon Panamaroff serves as the Chief Compliance Officer & Senior Vice President where for Koniag Government Services. He is responsible for the development, initiation, maintenance, and revision of policies & procedures for the general operation of the company to prevent illegal, unethical, or improper conduct. He is also responsible for establishing and executing the company’s strategy for continued growth westward through strategic planning and corporate communication with a concentration on the Buy Indian Act.
Jon has spent his professional career in finance and Native American economic development working with/for Native owned corporations, Community Development Financial Institutions, the Federal government and banks. He has held such positions as the former President and CEO of Colville Tribal Solutions Corporation, Willapa Bay Enterprises Corporation and First Nations Oweesta Corporation, Northwest Zone Credit Manager for the Office of Indian Energy and Economic Development- Division of Capital Investments at the Department of the Interior, Vice President at Native American Bank, and a Project Manager/Lead of the Program Management Office and IDIQ center at Koniag Services, Inc.
Jon grew up in Alaska on Kodiak Island and the Kenai Peninsula where he was a commercial fisherman & logger. He is an enrolled member of the Sun’aq Tribe of Kodiak, Alaska and a Shareholder of Koniag, Inc.
Jon holds a Bachelors of Arts degree in Business Administration and Psychology from Eastern Washington University (EWU). Jon also received a Masters of Public Administration from EWU where he was awarded a McNair Scholar Fellowship.