As the Director of HP's US Federal Government Sector Strategic Sales Organization Greig leads a team of capture & Business Development managers as well as solutions architects focused on winning large complex strategic opportunities with a yearly funnel targeted at over $1B of Federal business. Greig joined what was then Digital Equipment Corporation in 1984 as a Software Specialist. During the next 8 years He established himself as one of the most technically knowledgeable UNIX Internals and Integration consultants in the corporation. In that role he has been called on many occasions to solve very intricate technical problems in a short time frame and has developed and engineered capabilities that are now found in the corporate product set. Greig has also been called upon many times to develop and integrate both sales an technical organizations to meet the demands of continually changing business and corporate environments. He has been involved in virtually every major targeted opportunity undertaken by HP in the Government Space, and has lent his significant expertise in positioning, tracking and supporting bid / no bid decisions on all of them. Before taking on his current position in January 2007, Greig had spent 8 years as Director of Advanced Technology and Systems Engineering for HP's Federal Government LLC. This Business is worth over $2 Billion in revenue to HP each year. In support of this business he manages an expense budget of $10 million a year that consists of equipment, technical consultants and HP employees spread throughout the United States and Europe. As a Sales manager, Greig was able to deliver revenues of $250m a performance of over 160% of budget. He has been an exceptional performer in every role he has undertaken at Digital, Compaq and HP. Greig has been working for and selling to the Federal Government for over 20 years. In 2007 Greig was named one of the Federal Industries Top 100 Executives by Federal Computer Week Magazine. Prior to joining HP Greig was a self-employed private consultant, engaged in delivering technical UNIX and communications consulting to Federal Government research laboratories, and integrators. A true pioneer of the Internet, in the late 70's as an employee of the Naval Research Laboratory and Naval Surface Weapons Center, he was involved with the original design and initial implementation of many INTERNET capabilities that are still in use today. He has received many engineering and performance excellence awards for these efforts. In 1992 He was nominated by Digital for U.S. Black Engineer Magazine's "Black Engineer of the Year" award. Greig holds a Bachelors Degree in Computer Science from the University of Maryland and a Masters of Science Degree from the University of Maryland University College in Information Technology. Greig has completed Graduate Business Programs at MIT's Sloan and UVA's Darden Schools, and is Chief Information Officer Certified by the U.S. General Services Administration. Greig is a life long resident of the Washington DC Metropolitan area. He has three children and is very active in school and community groups in the D.C. Metropolitan Area.