CSRA’s Yogesh Khanna to Lead Conference Call on Federal Cloud Adoption

CSRA's Yogesh Khanna to Lead Conference Call on Federal Cloud Adoption - top government contractors - best government contracting event
Yogesh Khanna

CSRA will hold a conference call on July 17 with the investment community and government information technology professionals to discuss cloud adoption within the U.S. federal government.

Yogesh Khanna, CSRA chief technology officer, will facilitate the conference call alongside federal practice leaders from Microsoft and ServiceNow, CSRA said Monday.

The call will be publicly accessible through a link on CSRA’s website and a replay will be posted on the website approximately two hours after the call ends.

Khanna currently oversees the Falls Church, Virginia-based contractor’s go-to-market technology strategy; internal research and development functions; and efforts to hire and retain employees who possess required technology skills.

Prior to CSRA, he served as vice president and chief technology officer of Computer Sciences Corp.’s North American public sector.

The more 25-year industry veteran previously held various positions at DynCorp International, GTE, Mitre, NEC and COMSAT.

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