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Danny Jordan

Danny Jordan

Senior Government Affairs Consultant

Danny Jordan has been a Senior Government Affairs Consultant with 180 Consulting since June, 2004 after retiring from the State of Florida after 24 years of service. During his long career with the State of Florida, he was appointed by the Governor to six Senior Level Information Technology Management positions and served on multiple multi-agency task forces and transition teams. Because of his many years of experience on multi-agency teams, he also served on a number of Legislative task forces on behalf of the state’s Health and Human Services agencies. His experience in the Legislative appropriations process for the Department of Children and Families and Florida Department of Health resulted in an appointment by Governor Jeb Bush to the position of Chief Technology Officer over the 8 Health and Human Services agencies in 2003. From 2002 until June, 2004, he served as the Chief Information Officer over the state’s largest Health and Human Services agency. He served as Chief Information Officer three times in his career with the State of Florida. At different times during his career, he was also an internal registered lobbyist for several of the state’s Health and Human Services agencies.

Over the past 6 years he has represented over 80 Information Technology clients in various types of consulting engagements in front of the Legislative, Executive, and Judicial branches of government in the states of Florida and Georgia.

In late 2004, he was one of the founding members of State Partners LLC which operates in Texas, Florida, New York, and North Carolina. This national firm also has a network of affiliates that operate in 16 other states around the country.

Previous to his government career, Danny served 8 years with the United States Marine Corps Reserves with Company C 8th Tanks, and served as 2nd Platoon Sergeant, Staff Sgt E6.

Danny and his wife, Betty are long time Tallahassee residents, have three grown children and two grandchildren.