PSC Elects Members to Board of Directors

The Professional Services Council elected new members and re-elected current members to its board of directors and executive committee at its semi-annual board of directors and annual membership meeting.

The PSC board of directors is responsible for policy oversight and overseeing the course of the association. PSC is the national trade association of the government professional and technical services industry.

Mac Curtis, president and CEO of Vangent, Inc., was re-elected chairman of PSC. Paul Cofoni, president of U.S. operations, CACI International, Inc., was re-elected vice chairman.

Several PSC members were elected to serve on the Executive Committee in 2011, including Ed Casey, CEO of Serco Group, and John Hillen, CEO of Global Defense Technology & Systems.

New members of the board elected to three-year terms are:

Fran Craig (Unanet Technologies), Deepak Hathiramani (Vistronix), James Jaska (AECOM), Bill Mixon (USIS), PV Puvvada (Unisys), and Wood Parker (TASC).

Current board members elected to new three-year terms include:

Lee Carrick (Dell Federal), Ed Casey (Serco), Mac Curtis (Vangent), John Heller (Harris IT Services), John Hillen (Global Defense Technology & Systems), Robin Lineberger (Deloitte), Stacy Mendler (Alion Science and Technology), George Schindler (CGI Federal), and Mike Stolarik (QinetiQ North America).

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