About Us

Established in 2000, ESGI is a retained executive search firm helping clients recruit executive talent that understand the complexities of selling products and services to the federal government. They appreciate the government’s unique business environment and are expert at helping clients recruit the most accomplished professionals in this market.

President and founder Evan Scott is a 29-year veteran in the retainer-based executive search industry. All searches are handled by Mr. Scott or one of the firm’s partners, whose long-standing relationships and networks in the community are hallmarks of the ESGI brand.

Over the years, the firm has found that many companies seeking to fill executive openings are also looking for help in navigating the complex federal market. Some need assistance moving from the commercial to the public sector, while others need help with strategy, business development, product validation, proposals, contract and GSA schedules, and navigating the regulatory and political landscape. The firm’s extensive government and industry connections enable them to provide federal market assistance for clients to find the partners and help they need for virtually every aspect of this unique market.

The firm is committed to executive searches that are simultaneously broad and focused—broad in that they cast the widest possible net and explore every possible avenue for talent; focused in that they target only candidates with the right character, experience and skills for the job. Its commitment to diversity in corporate boardrooms and executive offices has made ESGI the preferred retained search firm among companies looking for the broadest range of talent.

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At ESGI, they are committed to executive searches that are simultaneously broad and focused—broad in that they cast the widest possible net and explore every possible avenue for talent; focused in that they target only candidates with the right character, experience and skills for the job. Their commitment to diversity in corporate boardrooms and executive offices has made ESGI the preferred retained search firm among companies looking for the broadest range of talent.

Solutions And Expertise

Established in 2000, ESGI is a retained executive search firm helping clients recruit executive talent that understand the complexities of selling products and services to the federal government. They appreciate the government’s unique business environment and are expert at helping clients recruit the most accomplished professionals in this market.

News Briefings

Economic Climate Creating Challenges for Recruiters

After years of shifting economies and a move towards candidate-centric strategies, many people believe we are at the dawn of a new era of recruiting. The U.S. unemployment rate fell to 3.7 percent in October, reaching a record low point not seen since 1969, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. It may be a

ESGI Places Technology Veteran at SAIC
ESGI Technology Veteran SAIC

The federal government continues reaching out to Silicon Valley for solutions to help address its critical technology challenges in areas like cyber, data analytics, cloud migration and big data. To keep pace, federal contractors responsible for helping bring these solutions to government are searching for executives and companies to help lead this effort. Executive search

Unemployment Rate Drops to 3.8 Percent

Employers added 223,000 jobs last month as the U.S. unemployment rate dropped to an 18-year low of 3.8 percent, according to the most recent U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics report. The May gain is the 92nd consecutive month of job growth. The number of unemployed people dipped to 6.1 million. Analysts had expected the unemployment rate to drop to

Unemployment Rate Remains at 18-Year Low

Employers added 103,000 jobs last month as the U.S. unemployment rate remained at an 18-year low of 4.1 percent, according to the most recent U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics report. The March gain is the 90th consecutive month of job growth. The number of unemployed people dipped to 6.6 million. Analysts had expected the unemployment rate to drop to

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