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Anna Sever

Vice President, Business Development, Federal Services

Ms. Sever is an experienced health care and social services leader with more than 25 years of progressive management responsibilities including spearheading growth and development initiatives. For the past 14 years, Ms. Sever has been responsible for new business and program development for county, state and federal governments. Before joining MAXIMUS in 2011, Ms. Sever served as a gubernatorial appointee and has also run operations within the private sector. She holds a master’s degree in gerontology from the University of South Carolina and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Davidson College, North Carolina.

February 08, 2018

Technology is Improving the Customer Experience, But a Human Touch Still Matters in Government

Digital innovations have brought a renewed focus on improving the customer experience across the federal government. Leaders at agencies like the General Services Administration, Veterans Affairs, Federal Student Aid and the Social Security Administration have dedicated new resources to improving the customer or citizen journey® by launching online engagement channels that include mobile apps, web chat and redesigned websites that feature multichannel integration and artificial intelligence technologies to help citizens access information and resolve issues more quickly.

November 24, 2015

Improved Methodologies for Reducing Improper Payments Can Save Billions Across the Federal Government


The federal government provides numerous forms of payment and support to citizens. These include Social Security retirement and disability payments, educational loans and grants, housing vouchers, and veterans’ disability payments— not to mention the enormous variety of health care payments provided annually through multiple federal agencies. These payments account for billions of dollars in federal government spending each year, with each managed through its agency’s unique process for identifying, evaluating and paying beneficiaries.

May 07, 2014

Young Invincibles: Educating the Next Generation of Health Care Consumers


One of the most popular features of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was ensuring coverage of children on their parents’ health insurance up to age 26.  These young adults are often called the “young invincibles” and are a segment of our population that previously was largely uninsured.


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