Amy Rall is a group vice president for Unisys U.S. Federal and leads the Homeland Security and Critical Infrastructure team. Amy is responsible for building client relationships and program delivery for key Department of Homeland Security IT programs that help secure the nation and support the free movement of trade and travel. She also leads Unisys weather, Department of Energy, and Department of Transportation accounts for Unisys.
Prior to being named group vice president, Amy was vice president of the Customs and Border Protection / Immigration and Customs Enforcement practice. During that time she led several mission critical government IT programs for Unisys.
Prior to joining Unisys, Amy worked for Qinetiq North America (Apogen Technologies) where she was vice president of Homeland Software and Information Assurance Solutions. During that time she was responsible for software and security teams supporting CBP, ICE, FEMA, TSA, and U.S. Coast Guard. While at Qinetiq North America, Amy received the President’s Award for Outstanding Performance.
Amy began her career as a software developer supporting large scale software delivery programs. She spent ten years developing software and managing project teams responsible for delivering solutions that supported the advancement of scientific research.
Throughout her career, Amy has gravitated towards IT solutions and services that make a difference. Whether it’s supporting the advancement of scientific research, or solutions used to protect the homeland, Amy is most proud of the track record of the teams that she leads – consistently deploying and supporting mission critical IT solutions.
Amy has a bachelor degree from American University and is a certified project manager.