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Meet Scott Buchholz

Director, Deloitte Consulting LLP

Scott Buchholz is a technology leader and visionary with over 20 years of experience in Information Technology (IT), specifically in the areas of solution architecture, enterprise architecture, data architecture, data analytics and IT service management. He leads successful technology-enabled business transformations and programs, from short assessments and optimization efforts to full lifecycle system implementations.

Since joining Deloitte in 2000, Scott has worked across a number of industries including public sector, telecommunications, financial services and manufacturing. His focus since 2002 has been on supporting numerous Federal Government clients on their largest and most complex IT initiatives. In his current role at Deloitte, Scott leads the Federal Systems Development capability. An avid promoter of career mentorship and sponsorship, he is also the Federal Regional Business Technology Analyst (BTA) Champion, the Federal Technology Specialist Champion, and is responsible for other internal and talent initiatives.

A native of Evanston, IL and graduate of Northwestern University, Scott currently lives outside of Raleigh, NC with his family. Having lived and worked in Paris, France for six years, he enjoys traveling and new adventures. Among his other hobbies, he enjoys spending time with his family, being outdoors, reading, cooking, gardening and brewing passable beer.

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Inside the MIT Media Lab: Big Data, Privacy, Modern Cities and More
CIO Journal from The Wall Street Journal | October 12, 2012
In this article, Scott Buchholz shares his perspective about treating personal data as an asset, which can be monetized in ways that could transform business.

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