PSC Defense and Intelligence Council Names Top Execs to Executive Advisory Board

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The Professional Services Council announced the appointment of 15 top government contracting executives to the Executive Advisory Board of the association’s new Defense and Intelligence Council (DIC).

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The Professional Services Council today announced that 15 top government contracting executives have joined the Executive Advisory Board of the association’s new Defense and Intelligence Council (DIC).

The DIC is chaired by Neil Albert, vice chairman of MCR, and will be PSC’s principal platform for engagement across a full array of defense and intelligence community related policy issues.

The other EAB members are:
Ken Asbury
President and Chief Executive Officer
CACI

Ray Bowen
President and CEO
Exceptional Software Strategies

Matt Carroll
Vice President, Secure Services
Fluor

Kirk Donald
President and CEO
Systems Planning & Analysis

DeEtte Gray
President, Intelligence and Security Sector
BAE Systems

Gene Kakalec
Executive Vice President, Corporate Development
Camber Corporation

Nuhad Karaki
Executive Vice President and COO
Inceptre

Dennis Kelly
President and CEO
A-T Solutions

Joe Martore
President and CEO
Calibre Systems

Wood Parker
Vice Chairman, Board of Directors
TASC

Maria Proestou
President and CEO
Delta Resources Group

Craig Reed
Senior Vice President, Strategy and Corporate Development
Engility

Dave Swindle
Executive Vice President
URS

Terri Thomas
CEO
BRTRC Federal Solutions

“We are proud to have these remarkable and admired executives leading the efforts of our Defense and Intelligence Council,” said PSC President and CEO Stan Soloway. “The challenges we, and our government colleagues face are enormous. And we are confident that having a team of this caliber at the helm of the defense and intelligence work will be of real value to our members and to our government customers alike.”

PSC announced the creation of its Defense and Intelligence Council in June. It brings together separate PSC customer-focused committees that covered the Defense Department and the intelligence community.

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About PSC: PSC is the voice of the government technology and professional services industry. PSC’s more than 370 member companies represent small, medium, and large businesses that provide federal agencies with services of all kinds, including information technology, engineering, logistics, facilities management, operations and maintenance, consulting, international development, scientific, social, environmental services, and more. Together, the trade association’s members employ hundreds of thousands of Americans in all 50 states. Follow PSC on Twitter @PSCSpeaks and @StanSoloway

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