John McCann co-founded Legatus6 with Robert M. Bowe (now retired) in 2008. Prior to co-founding Legatus6, Mr. McCann served as an account executive at IBM and the Chief Operations Officer (COO) of Chenega Technology Services Corporation (CTSC).


John McCann, President, Legatus6 LLC


Chenega Technology Services Corporation, Alexandria, VA

Chief Operating Officer
Mr. McCann led CTSC’s day-to-day business, overseeing Operations, Business Development and Administration. CTSC achieved $150 million per year in federal contracts, including a contract to provide electronic maintenance and logistics support for the Department of Homeland Security’s Customs and Border Protection, a contract to provide Base Operations Support for Ft. Monmouth, and numerous additional contracts with the Department of Defense.


IBM Corporation, Fairfax, VA

Associate Partner
January 1998 to March 2006.


Account Executive
Mr. McCann led two of IBM’s Department of Defense customer accounts.


          Defense Agencies Logistics Account

          Mr. McCann managed IBM’s Defense Agencies Logistics Account with $35 million in annual revenue. Clients included the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).

          Army Logistics Account

          Mr. McCann led IBM’s entry into the Army Logistics Innovation Agency (LIA) and the Army Installation Management Agency (IMA). He won IBM’s initial contracts in each agency.


Program Executive
Mr. McCann directed consulting and information technology contracts with Federal Government defense and civilian agencies.


          Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), Knowledge Management

          Mr. McCann’s team implemented an agency-wide portal for employees to access DLA’s knowledge resources using the SAP Enterprise Portal, Netweaver, and Interwoven.

          Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS), Change Management and Organization Design

          Mr. McCann’s team developed a new agency-wide organizational design for the INS to enhanced organizational effectiveness, clarify roles, streamline decision-making, and increase accountability for its 28,000 employees.