Adam C. Kavalsky

Social Security Administration

2022 fellow

Accomplished leader who collaborates to solve problems in both an office and a field environment. Mr. Kavalsky is an accomplished leader, software engineer, and veteran who tenaciously addresses challenges and obstacles. His personal mission through servant leadership is that his team is equipped with the right tools and skills and are empowered to provide effective government services for the American people.

At the Social Security Administration, he recently led the agency’s Enterprise Program Management Office. He provided strategic leadership on projects including Information Technology modernization efforts, enterprise risk management, and many others that focused on process modernization. For most of his 17 years of service, Mr. Kavalsky has focused on the improvement of information technology systems for the Social Security Disability Insurance Program.

In addition, he serves as a Lieutenant Colonel in the Maryland Army National Guard. He was deployed with the Special Operations Detachment – OTAN to Afghanistan and with the 1-158th Cavalry to Iraq. He’s also served on state-side missions and held three company commands.

Mr. Kavalsky has a B.A. in Computer Science from Susquehanna University, an M.S. in Computer Science from Loyola College Maryland. In addition, he has graduated from several military schools, most recently the U.S. Army Command, General Staff College (Common Core), and from the Information Operations qualification course.

As a WHLDP Fellow, Mr. Kavalsky is assigned to the Office of Management and Budget’s Office of Federal Procurement Policy on the High-Definition Procurement team.


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