Joe Corcoran joined Govplace in June of 2009 and was named Vice President of Service Delivery in January of 2016. In his current role, Mr. Corcoran is responsible for the planning, performance, and management of Govplace’s entire service delivery portfolio. Govplace’s rapidly growing multi-million dollar services portfolio includes a wide variety of mission critical IT solutions and professional services focused around Federal clients. Mr. Corcoran specializes in developing a shared vision for success with clients, providing proactive performance management, and driving repeatable process-oriented approaches to service delivery.
Prior to becoming VP of Service Delivery, Mr. Corcoran served as the Director of NIH Operations for Govplace, successfully capturing and operating over $100M in new service delivery contracts with the National Institutes of Health and other clients. He also had the title of Director of Strategic Program Development, where he architected Govplace’s strategy for expanding its client base and IT services portfolio by capturing and operating new contract vehicles (IDIQ’s, GWACs, BPA’s). Mr. Corcoran was also responsible for the formation of Govplace’s highly successful Hygeia Solutions Partners Joint Venture.
Mr. Corcoran came to Govplace from IntelliDyne, a successful IT Services consulting firm where he successfully captured over $150 million in IT services business in support of DOJ, DHS, and DOD clients.
Mr. Corcoran has been the recipient of multiple awards throughout his career, including the prestigious 2012 Rising Star Award for his record breaking fundraising work on behalf of the Children’s Inn at NIH, the National Institutes of Health DPSM Highest Honor Service Award in 2014 for his mission critical work supporting NIH Security, and the 2014 Govplace Rock Star of the Year Award (employee of the year).
Mr. Corcoran graduated from Virginia Tech with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Criminology and a minor in Public Relations. He currently resides in Leesburg, VA with his wife and their two children.