Senior Vice President, NGEN Program Manager
As senior vice president of the Next Generation Enterprise Network (NGEN) Program at Perspecta, Stephen “Steve” Heidt focuses on innovative, mission-effective solutions that introduce new opportunities and improve systems for our Navy and Marine Corps customers.
With more than 37 years of experience in operating, designing and transforming large-scale information technology environments for clients globally, Heidt possesses over 10 years of specialized experience supporting U.S. government clients.
In his previous role as vice president of transformation at DXC Technology, Heidt was a lead contributor to the NGEN contract, extending Navy and Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI) Services securely to the U.S. Department of Navy. As a key architect for EDS’ Global Services Network, which was incorporated into DXC Technology, Heidt held the role of vice president of service delivery operations. He led the end-to-end product development and delivery across EDS’ infrastructure, network, business processes and security & privacy, and service desk management service lines. Earlier, as president of EDS Global Delivery, he drove the company’s engineering functions, global delivery operations and support services.
As part of his global leadership experience, Heidt was a member of the board of directors for Excellerate HRO, the human resources outsourcing business of EDS and Towers Perrin, and MphasiS Limited, a leading India-based global IT services company. He played a key role in the EDS acquisition of a majority stake in MphasiS. Before that, he led the creation of EDS’ first global BPO delivery team which grew to more than 25,000 employees. He also served as president of Europe, Middle East and Africa Service Delivery, leading more than 28,000 technical personnel who delivered a full range of technical services to clients in more than 20 countries.
Heidt holds a certificate in business programming from the School of Computer Technology, in Pittsburgh, PA. As an Eagle Scout and Silver Beaver award recipient, Heidt remains active with the Boy Scouts of America with Circle Ten Council.