President and Chief Executive Officer
Bruce Caswell assumed the role of Chief Executive Officer and Director of Maximus on April 1, 2018, and has served as President since October 2014. Bruce has held several senior leadership roles overseeing all segments of the Company’s business since joining Maximus in 2004.
Bruce leads the Company’s strategy for helping governments navigate major policy reform and modernization efforts and implement solutions to meet challenging requirements supporting some of the largest civilian programs globally including Medicaid, Medicare, the Decennial Census, CDC pandemic vaccinations, and disability benefit assessments for U.S. veterans and U.K. citizens. Through its recently updated 3-5 Year Strategic Plan, the company will continue to expand its core capabilities to include a growing level of clinical expertise, providing digital citizen services, and delivering technology solutions to meet the mission requirements of its customers. Underpinning this plan was the successful completion of several large acquisitions in 2021, including Attain Federal and Veterans’ Evaluation Services (VES).
Bruce brings more than 30 years of public sector health and human services program and operational experience, which includes management consulting, systems integration, and operations for government clients at all levels. Prior to joining Maximus in 2004, Bruce worked in several capacities for IBM including Vice President of State and Local Government and Education, as well as Director of Federal Business Development within IBM’s Business Consulting Services. He started his career at Price Waterhouse’s Office of Government Services.
Bruce serves on the Board of the Greater Washington Partnership (GWP), as Chair of the Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC), and on the Board of the Wolf Trap Foundation. A four-time (2019-2022) winner of the Wash100 award recognizing the most influential leaders in the GovCon sector, Bruce was also selected as CEO of the Year for 2022 (Public Company) by Washington Executive.
Bruce holds a B.A. in economics from Haverford College and a Master of Public Policy degree from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.