The Center for Accountability, Modernization and Innovation (CAMI) provides thought leadership designed to help government work better for the American people.
We support policies that improve outcomes and drive innovation in government service through public and private partnerships.
Chairman of the Board
Stan Soloway serves as Chairman of the Board for the Center for Accountability, Modernization, and Innovation (CAMI).
Stan is currently the President & CEO of Celero Strategies, LLC, a full-service strategic consultancy focused on the federal market. Stan served for 15 years as the President & CEO of the Professional Services Council (PSC), the largest and most influential national association of government technology and professional services firms. While at PSC, Soloway was the industry’s leading voice, policy strategist and resource for both government and the private sector.
During the second half of the Clinton Administration, Stan served as the Deputy Undersecretary of Defense and was responsible for wide-ranging reforms to defense acquisition and technology policy and practices, and broader department-wide re-engineering.
Ian began his career in government and politics dates back to high school after being selected to serve as Speaker Tom Foley’s page in the US House of Representatives. This formative experience compelled him to develop a life’s work in public service. At both the state and federal level, he has successfully managed top-tier campaigns, helped raise funds, and served as senior advisor to elected officials. Most recently, Ian served as the Policy Director for the DGA where he worked with Governors, their staff, and the private sector to find solutions to policy issues ranging from health care and biotechnology to infrastructure, energy and everything in between.
Janet is a former Virginia Secretary of the Commonwealth serving in the Governor’s cabinet from 2010-2014. Janet was active in Virginia politics for many years and as a result of her experience working with the Office of the Attorney General and Governor’s cabinet, became intimately aware of the challenges facing children. After leaving public service, Janet focused her attention on improving the child welfare system and currently serves as the president of Virginia’s Kids Belong and a founder of America’s Kids Belong – a collective impact nonprofit that seeks to improve the foster care and adoption system.