Kyle brings more than 20 years of experience in technology and data science to IT modernization services that help government and businesses improve efficiency and reimagine the way they meet customer needs.
Kyle Tuberson is ICF’s chief technology officer. He has over 20 years of technology consulting experience in the areas of data visualization, geospatial analytics, data management, and data science. In his role, Kyle builds teams that use data to create innovative solutions to difficult business challenges. This includes helping clients evolve their cultures toward embracing digital adoption, better leverage data and scale enterprise technology for greater impact, enable faster development cycles, accelerate innovation through repeatable frameworks, and more.
Kyle’s team leads initiatives that focus on providing IT modernization services to the government and to industries such as healthcare and energy. These services include IT modernization, cloud computing, machine learning, internet of things (IoT), geospatial analytics, data visualization, and more. By applying data science and data visualization techniques to drive impact, they have helped ICF’s clients reduce greenhouse gas emissions, improve access to healthcare in emerging markets, and prevent fraud with government programs.
Kyle was recognized by WashingtonExec as a Top Chief Technology Exec to Watch in 2023. He is also a 2018 Federal 100 award winner.
Kyle holds a master’s in technology management from George Mason University and a bachelor’s in management information systems from George Mason University. He was also awarded the CIO University Certificate in Federal Executive Competencies by the Federal CIO Council.
M.A., Technology Management, George Mason University
B.A., Management Information Systems, George Mason University
CIO University Certificate, Federal Executive Competencies, Federal CIO Council