Executive Profile: Chris Sullivan, Serco SVP and CIO

Chris Sullivan
Chris Sullivan

Chris Sullivan serves as senior vice president and chief information officer at Serco Inc., where he is responsible for the information technology department.

Sullivan leads the implementation of IT governance framework, operating model and information security plan at the British contractor’s North American subsidiary.

He previously served as CIO for the North American public sector at Computer Sciences Corp. for four years prior to Serco.

Sullivan spent 10 years at CSC and also held the roles of deputy CIO, service delivery director, service delivery manager and IT transition manager.

He worked for DynCorp International, Network Access Solution and AT&T before he moved to CSC.

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