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Philip Jay Kiviat, American computer services company executive. Registered professional engineer, California. Recipient A.A. Michelson award Computer Measurement Group, 1976, Federal 100 Executive award Federal Computer Week, 1990, 91, 92; named to Government Hall of Fame Government Computer News, 1988. Member Association Computing Machinery (chairman 1973-1977), Computer Measurement Group (president 1978-1979).


Kiviat, Philip Jay was born on October 15, 1937 in New York City. Son of Louis and Lydia (Springer) Kiviat.


Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering, Cornell University, 1960. Master of Industrial Engineering, Cornell University, 1961.


Associate technical, United States Steel Corporation, Pittsburgh, 1961-1963;member technical staff, The Rand Corporation, Santa Monica, California, 1963-1969;president, Simulation Associations, Inc., Los Angeles, 1969-1971;director, Systems Control, Inc., Palo Alto, California, 1971-1972;technical director, FEOSIM, Washington, 1972-1978;client manager, SEI Computer Superior vena cava syndrome, Washington, 1979-1980;vice president, CTEC, Inc., McLean, Virginia, 1981-1983;vice president, Chartway Technologies (formerly Sage Federal Systems, Inc.), Rockville, Maryland., 1983-1991;vice president, International Coach Federation Information Technology, Inc., Fairfax, Virginia, 1991-1992;vice president, KnowledgeWare Inc., Mc Lean, Virginia, 1992-1994;vice president, Sterling Software, Inc., Mc Lean, since 1994.


  • Registered professional engineer, California.



Member Association Computing Machinery (chairman 1973-1977), Computer Measurement Group (president 1978-1979).


Married Marilyn Rose Wides, June 27, 1965. Children: Theodore Brian, Cindy Beth.

Louis Kiviat

Lydia (Springer) Kiviat

Marilyn Rose Wides

Theodore Brian Kiviat

Cindy Beth Kiviat