Chicago, Illinois, United States
Bob Bratt is a seasoned senior executive with more than 30 years of experience managing both government and corporate initiatives. Bob Bratt spent a large part of his career with the United States Department of Justice, holding a number of high level positions and earning numerous awards for his achievements. In the last decade, Bob Bratt has held senior management positions with a number of ventures in the private sector.
From 2000 to 2003, Bob Bratt served as Vice President for Science Application International Corporation. His duties included managing a range of software deliverables valued at more than $800 million. The following year, he moved to the position of Corporate Vice President, doubling the value of a managed portfolio from $7 million to $14 million over the course of 18 months.
In 2004, Bob Bratt accepted a role as Lead Civilian Partner with the Unisys Corporation. In this position, he dealt with a range of civilian programs associated with various government agencies, including the Department of Justice. In five years, he increased sales to the DOJ to $60 million from $10 million annually. He later served as Managing Partner for the company's Civilian Services Sector, increasing the bottom line by more than 200 percent.
In 2010, Bob Bratt was hired as Chief Operating Officer of the global law firm DLA Piper. The largest business law firm in the world, DLA Piper maintains offices in Europe, the Americas, the Asia Pacific region, and the Middle East. As COO, Bob Bratt manages the firm's operations in the United States.
A graduate of Towson University, Bob Bratt enjoys a number of athletic pursuits in his time away from the office, including running, skiing, surfing, basketball, and biking.