About Arvin Malkani

An accomplished financial professional and business executive with years of experience in finance and operations, Arvin Malkani serves as the Vice President of Operations for Information Systems & Networks (ISN) Corporation in Bethesda, Maryland. In this role, he oversees all aspects of the company’s Information Management Division and provides program management support for more than 25 federal agencies. In addition to federal agencies such as the Department of Justice and Securities and Exchange Commission, Arvin Malkani works closely with organizations such as the United States Courts and the states of Oregon, Maryland, and Maine.

Before becoming the Vice President of Operations at ISN Corporation, Arvin Malkani served as the Vice President of the Advanced Programs Group at the same company. In addition to developing strategic relationships with contractors for government services, he managed more than $20 million in information technology services work. Arvin Malkani also worked as the Program Manager of the Advanced Programs Group, where he captured $10 million in business nationwide, including clients such as the Federal Aviation Administration and U.S. Air Force.

Before joining ISN Corporation, Arvin Malkani worked as a Senior Financial Analyst with the Finance Department of Mooring Financial Corporation in Vienna, Virginia. He also spent time as a Financial Analyst with The Bear Stearns Companies, Inc., where he performed analyses of the automobile and telecommunications markets among others.

Arvin Malkani holds a Master of Business Administration and Master of Science in Information and Telecommunications Systems from The Johns Hopkins University. He plans to complete his Ph.D. in Information Systems in June of 2012.


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