Sudhir Duggineni ACT-IAC Voyager

Sudhir Duggineni with past Voyager Program graduate Juan Robles

Karsun Solutions is proud to announce that Sudhir Duggineni was accepted into the American Council for Technology and Industry Advisory Council’s (ACT-IAC’s) 2019 Voyager Program. This year-long professional development program targets managers working in the federal IT industry and government. Fellows are identified as rising stars within their respective organizations. The competitive program only accepts 32 participants a year.

About Sudhir Duggineni

Mr. Duggineni is a highly motivated, goal-oriented Project Manager at Karsun Solutions. He successfully delivered a $10 million modernization project for the General Services Administration Federal Acquisition Service (FAS). He is currently leading a Federal Aviation Administration initiative. A recognized leader, he has 14 years of experience in supporting and managing a number of IT solutions and services to clients across the acquisition, financial, and public sector industries.  He has actively pursued industry standard certifications including Project Management Professional, ITIL, Scrum Master, Product Owner (CSPO) and Process Manager (CSPM) and engaged in groups like ACT-IAC for continuous learning opportunities.

About Karsun Solutions

Karsun Solutions is a premier consulting firm delivering a portfolio of enterprise modernization services to its federal and commercial customers. Its core competencies include Modern Software Development, Cloud Solutions, and Advanced Analytics. Its proprietary GoLean® software development methodology combines Agile, Lean, Kanban and DevOps practices throughout the software development lifecycle. The Software-as-a-Service provides a lean management tool-kit combining the best of these practices.

Karsun Solutions has a long legacy of participants in the ACT-IAC fellows program. Past graduates include CEO Sundar Vaidyanathan (2010), COO Terry Miller (2010), Badri Sriraman (2015), Rajaji Bellamkonda (2016), Juan Robles (2017), and Jay Kondapalli (2017). Additionally, Chae Song is a member of ACT-IAC’s 2018 Partners Program class.