Mr. John Przysucha is a partner with Deep Water Point. As a Deep Water Point partner, he provides clients with unparalleled support and guidance in assisting them in reaching their business goals in the public market.
Prior to joining Deep Water Point in 2006, Mr. Przysucha focused on providing his customers, both in the federal government and private industry, with the highest quality of expertise. Mr. Przysucha excels in the areas of program management, policy development, IT operations and security, telecommunications, and budget analysis and formulation.
Mr. Przysucha was the deputy division manager at SAIC. In this role Mr. Przysucha was responsible for planning, organizing, and tracking all aspects of a $70 million broad-based IT services and program management support services contract for the Department of Homeland Security. In this role, he supervised a staff of more than 300 technical professionals.
Mr. Przysucha implemented and directed IT services while holding the position of senior associate at Booz Allen and Hamilton. These services included policy development, enterprise architecture, capital planning, information assurance, IV&V, as well as SETA for the intelligence systems business line. He was also responsible for developing the IT business marketing plan for the intelligence community service offerings.
During his tenure at the Department of Energy as a senior government executive, Mr. Przysucha provided leadership to the DOE wide IT security program and successfully developed the first department wide enterprise architecture and managed the agency-wide IT Portfolio Management process. In addition, Mr. Przysucha managed the development and successful completion of the DOE Year 2000 program at DOE Federal and Laboratory sites.
Mr. Przysucha is a graduate of the Federal Executive Institute and holds a degree in computer science from the Army Institute of Administration and Sciences in conjunction with Lansing University College in Michigan. He served on active duty in the U.S. Navy and retired from the Army National Guard after 22 years of service. He also completed NSA’s national senior cryptology course and has received numerous government and industry awards including Government Computer News.