Robin Gonzalez selected as Vice President of Federal Civilian

Robin Gonzalez has been selected as the next Vice President of the Federal Civilian practice for Redhorse Corporation (Redhorse), effective September 15, 2022. Robin joined Redhorse in 2017 as part of our high-performing leadership team bringing more than 32 years of Federal government service.  Robins brings a wealth of technical background from his experience at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and also as a member of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Senior Executive Service to his appointment as the agency’s Chief Technology Officer where he directed several EPA IT organizations, including the National Computer Center, The Office of Information Analysis and Access, and the Office of Digital Services.  Robin’s areas of IT expertise include: Computer center virtualization; Cybersecurity; High-Performance Computing Modeling and Visualization; Enterprise Architecture; Enterprise Application Development; Lean; Data analytics; User-centered design; Agile Cloud development and app migration; DevOps; and Geospatial programs.  Additionally, Robin led national efforts in support of key government initiatives involving Federal/State data integration strategies, strategic planning, and project execution to achieve efficiencies through IT automation.

After joining Redhorse, Robin focused on building strategic partnerships with key vendors and clients in areas of Cloud computing, DevSecOps, and Telecommunications. As Chief Technology Strategist for Redhorse Corp, Robin developed and implemented a comprehensive Cybersecurity strategy for NIST 800-171 controls compliance, policies, procedures, and implemented technologies internally to achieve Zero Trust Information Assurance across all corporate IT/Data assets.

John Zangardi, Redhorse Corporation’s Chief Executive Officer, commented, “I am excited to have Robin take over as leader of the Redhorse Federal Civilian practice.  Robin brings years of government service and business leadership experience to the position.”