David ZaharchukGlobal Public Sector Leader IBM Global Business Services
Mr. Zaharchuk is the Global Public Sector Leader in IBM’s Institute for Business Value (IBV) responsible for thought leadership research in the public sector and is also the North American Coordinator for IBM’s Plant Location International (PLI) services. Mr. Zaharchuk joined IBM through their acquisition of PricewaterhouseCoopers Consulting.
Mr. Zaharchuk has more than fifteen years of experience in the consulting profession and has provided professional services to clients in both the public and private sectors in the areas of corporate strategic planning and site selection, economic development strategy, strategic resource allocation, performance measurement, e-business strategy, organizational design, business process re-engineering and program management.
Mr. Zaharchuk has led many efforts to develop and implement new and innovative strategies with executive and senior management teams and has international and cross industry experience in the aerospace, automotive, telecommunications, information technology, business services and mail package and freight industry sectors as well as the public sector.
Mr. Zaharchuk is responsible for leading IBM Plant Location International (PLI) engagements in North America to include corporate site selection and economic development analyses and strategy development.
Prior to entering the consulting profession, Mr. Zaharchuk served as a commissioned officer in the U.S. Army.
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