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isos-federal-featureThe Federal government, including the Department of Defense, the Intelligence Community, and administrative offices of all types, are increasingly adopting Atlassian solutions like Jira Service Management, Jira Software, Assets, and Jira Align. These tools can help agencies work more efficiently, support collaboration across offices, and provide access to real-time data about work in progress and critical assets. They are also incredibly flexible, and can securely support many of the complex use cases unique within the Federal government.

At Isos, we’ve built a team of Atlassian-certified, cleared professionals, many of them veterans, with both deep Atlassian expertise and first-hand knowledge of Federal government entities, their networks, and how they operate. If you’re looking to implement or optimize an Atlassian stack, these are just some of the people on the Isos Federal team who can help.


Tyler Couch,
Director of Federal Consulting


Tyler Couch is a U.S. Marine Corps combat veteran with more than 15 years of operations and IT consulting experience spanning diverse U.S. government industries, including Information Technology, Department of Defense Cyber and Signals Intelligence operations, and Law Enforcement Special Operations. As Director of Federal Consulting at Isos Technology, he works across teams to foster technical innovation, implement rapid deployment strategies, and craft customer-centric solutions in dynamic environments.

Outside of the office, Tyler prioritizes time with his family and enjoys hiking, hunting, and the great outdoors. 


James Yemm,
Federal Technical Practice Owner


James Yemm is a retired combat veteran from the U.S. Army, retiring as a Chief Warrant Officer 3 after a two-decade long career that includes five years at the National Security Agency (NSA) advising senior executives regarding the management, operation, and cybersecurity efforts for mission-critical networks, nodes, applications, and systems. In his role as Federal Technical Practice Owner at Isos Technology, he leads the technical strategy of Isos’ Federal consulting practices and ensures the team has the resources they need to support clients in achieving their mission-critical goals.

Outside of work, you’ll find James building and painting models as well as playing board and video games with family and friends.


Michael Sedovic,
Federal Solutions Engineer


After a notable career in the U.S. Air Force, Michael Sedovic leveraged his deep understanding of the intricacies of the Federal space and background in technology to help government entities solve their complex IT challenges. As a Federal Solutions Engineer at Isos Technology, using a strategic approach to enterprise architecture and deep expertise in Atlassian stack administration, Michael delivers Atlassian solutions that enable government clients to operate at their highest potential

Michael has a BS in Aeronautics from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, is a certified PMP, and holds multiple Atlassian accreditations.


Onur Terkes,
Federal Business Development Manager


Onur’s experience with the Federal government spans a decade of work across multiple software developers. During his previous employments, Onur covered every Federal account for a portfolio of 12 products, selling to the Department of Defense and nearly all Federal Civilian Agencies. Additionally, Onur covered the Department of Interior and every Federally Recognized Tribal Government. His deep understanding of industry regulations and purchasing cycles and his attention to detail help provide the best customer experiences to our clients.

Outside Isos Technology, Onur loves traveling with his significant other and two dogs.


Caroline Hall,
Atlassian Lead Consultant


Caroline Hall’s Atlassian journey began nearly a decade ago at the Department of Defense where, as a Federal contractor, she held Atlassian Administrator and Service Desk Lead roles. As an Atlassian Lead Consultant at Isos Technology, she is adept at navigating dynamic project landscapes, optimizing complex processes, and delivering tailored solutions to clients in the Federal space. 

Caroline enjoys spending time outdoors, and when she isn’t in the office, she can often be found working in her garden.  


Michael Leflett,
Atlassian Lead Consultant


Michael Leflett served in the U.S. Air Force for twenty years, first as an aircraft weapons loader, and then as a Geospatial Intelligence Targeteer, an experience he credits with giving him the ability to interpret customer requests into actionable results while providing senior leadership the metrics they need. As an Atlassian Lead Consultant at Isos Technology, he works with program stakeholders to identify functional and technical requirements and architect solutions that streamline business processes and workflows.

Leflett is passionate about building consensus to minimize program roadblocks and create a more collaborative working environment.


Matthew Saxton,
Atlassian Lead Consultant


Matthew Saxton's six years in the Army Reserves include a tour in Iraq, but his deep experience implementing and optimizing Atlassian Solutions within the DoD was gained as a SME to 480th ISRW and 497th ISRG at Langley Air Force Base. As an Atlassian Lead Consultant at Isos Technology, Matthew works with stakeholders to align around best practices for their Jira/Confluence implementation; to assist different staff functions in digitizing their processes; and to create holistic views into the command staff on mission, resources, and requirements. 

When he’s not hard at work helping Federal agencies optimize their Atlassian instances, you’ll find Matthew on the golf course or traveling with his wife.


Robby Sabine,
Sr. Engineering Consultant


Robby Sabine is a U.S. Marine Corps combat veteran of six years as an Information Surveillance and Recognizance Engineer, where he built a strong foundation in server and network administration. After transitioning to the public sector, Robby was the lead network engineer with Marine Central Command at Macdill AFB, and later worked for Novetta/Accenture Federal Services in DevOps platform development roles. As a Senior Engineering Consultant at Isos Technology, Robby is a SME for Atlassian hosting solutions and specializes in migrations. 

Outside of Isos, you’ll find Robby on his ranch in Montana, tending to his chickens, sheep, and horse, collecting Elk antlers, and enjoying the great outdoors.


Sean Hall,
Atlassian Lead Consultant


Sean Hall’s technology career began more than a decade ago as a Federal contractor, first supporting the U.S. Air Force Enterprise Service Desk, then later migrating and developing websites for agencies within the DoD. In his current role as an Atlassian Lead Consultant at Isos Technology, Sean focuses on supporting a wing of the U.S. Air Force. He also serves as the primary point of contact and SME in administering Atlassian solutions within a Department of Defense context, while helping the wing harness the tools to support operations and address challenges.

Sean is a self-professed nerd, with a love for all things Star Wars, Dungeons & Dragons, and comic books.


Kirk Shultz,
Atlassian Consultant


Kirk Shultz served in the U.S. Air Force as a flight equipment technician for five years before moving into the public sector, where he worked in IT and gained critical Atlassian experience. As an Atlassian Federal Consultant and Assets SME at Isos Technology, he works with government and military clients to improve and enhance their JSM experience, especially through the use of Assets for traditional and non-traditional asset management use cases like onboarding and offboarding.

Despite Kirk’s passion for Assets, Microsoft Excel will always hold a special place in his heart. Outside of the office, you’ll find him hard at work building his own Lego city.


Kyle Bring,
Atlassian Consultant


Kyle Bring’s diverse technology career includes experience in both IoT and DevOps roles. For the past ten years, he has been focused on Atlassian solutions, both as an administrator and a developer. In his role as an Atlassian Consultant at Isos Technology, Kyle’s primary focus is working with Federal clients to custom architect solutions and integrations to meet their specialized needs.

Kyle is an outdoor enthusiast, and when he isn’t at his desk, you’ll find him exploring, rock climbing, or riding dirtbikes.


Gary Chau Nguyen,


Gary Chau Nguyen has more than 20 years of software development and IT consulting experience, across a broad range of industries, Federal government agencies, and DoD contractors, including North Grumman and BAE Systems. As an Atlassian Consultant at Isos Technology, Gary specializes in maintaining and developing Atlassian infrastructure for the U.S. Air Force and other Federal customers. Areas of expertise include on-prem to cloud Atlassian migrations, as well as architecting, designing and developing customized Jira and Confluence functionality.

Outside of the office, you’ll find Gary spending time with the most important people in his life–his family and friends.


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