Roger Jordan is the Vice President of Government Relations for UNISYS Corporation, with primary responsibilities for being the voice of the company on Capitol Hill. Roger is responsible for building relationships with key Members of Congress, their staffs, and the staffs of relevant Congressional committees. Roger also plays a leading role in the company’s legislative agenda and helps craft corporate responses and outreach regarding UNISYS’ proactive and reactive legislative priorities. Key issue areas within Roger’s portfolio include federal acquisition policy; IT management and modernization; labor, workforce, and retirement; and tax.
Prior to joining UNISYS, Roger was the Vice President for Government Relations for the Professional Services Council, a leading trade association of technology and professional services federal contractors. In this role, Roger was primarily engaged in enhancing PSC’s relationships with procurement and operational leadership within the federal agencies and also lead PSC’s legislative affairs efforts, which include advocacy efforts on Capitol Hill to inform and educate Members of Congress about the impacts of legislative proposals, analyzing and summarizing legislation, and providing balanced perspectives on issues impacting federal acquisition policy that foster collaboration between government and industry. Roger’s knowledge of federal acquisition made him a valuable asset in leading PSC’s regulatory comment process and communications initiatives as they relate to federal affairs. Roger has testified numerous times before Congress, has written dozens of Congressional testimonies, led several delegations of industry leaders in meetings with Members of Congress and their staffs, has built and led coalitions with industry trade associations, and has established expertise on the intersection between federal acquisition and legislative and regulatory policy.
Prior to PSC, Roger worked for ten years at the American Council of Engineering Companies as Executive Director of the Small Firm Council and the Director of ACEC’s International and State Legislative Programs. Roger’s work with the international and small business portfolios involved a substantial focus on federal contracting issues, as well as immigration, healthcare, tort reform, and tax and regulatory issues.
Roger is a graduate of the University of Delaware and currently resides in Springfield, VA, with his wife, Amy, and their two children.