CSRA's Larry Prior Joins Wall Street Journal CEO Council

CSRA President and CEO Larry Prior has joined the Wall Street Journal's CEO Council. He will be part of a team of 150 CEOs from the world's top companies, from corporate to collaborators.

“I am excited to join the world's leading business executives to represent CSRA on the Wall Street Journal's CEO Council,“ said Prior. “As a leading provider of next-generation technology to the federal government, CSRA provides a unique perspective on many issues pertinent to the Wall Street Journal and their readers.”

The Wall Street Journal CEO Council is a collective of the world's top leaders in the business world, where membership is invite-only. The Council's CEOs head companies that employ more than 6 million people, generate over $2.5 trillion in annual revenue and represent at least 21 countries across industries. Companies currently represented on the council include: FedEx, Hilton Worldwide, JP Morgan Chase, SAP, Salesforce and Time Warner Inc.

“I am honored to accept their invitation on behalf of CSRA and look forward to engaging with the Council's members.“

CSRA is a leader in providing next-gen IT solutions and professional services to government and technology partners, agency to agency.

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