Profile: Yogesh Khanna, CSC North American Public Sector IT Infrastructure Solutions VP and CTO

Yogesh Khanna CSCYogesh Khanna serves as vice president and chief technology officer of IT infrastructure solutions for the North American public sector at Computer Sciences Corp., holding more than 20 years of experience in the information systems, financial services and telecommunications markets.

His background includes roles in helping create new technology and business offerings at companies such as DynCorp, GTE, MITRE, NEC and COMSAT.

In his current role at CSC, Khanna spearheads the company’s cloud computing initiative in the North American public sector group and works to define and manage the deployment of CSC’s technology roadmap and investments.

Khanna was also a former CEO of a mobile application integration company.

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