Joseph Craver Succeeds Dennis Lauchner as CSS CEO

Joseph Craver, who joined CSS two years ago, has been appointed CEO of the Fairfax, Virginia-based government services provider.

He succeeds Dennis Lauchner, who will remain with CSS as vice chairman of its board, and will be the second CEO in the company’s 30‐year history, according to the press release.

Craver held a 24-year career at Leidos and Science Applications International Corp., where he managed organizations in the space, homeland security, information technology, environment, health and energy sectors.

He served at the U.S. Navy as engineering officer of a nuclear submarine and pilot for a deep submergence vehicle.

CSS is an employee‐owned company that offers support to public sector customers in the areas of environmental, safety and health; emergency response and disaster recovery; earth, space and life sciences; natural resources management; and transportation safety and security.

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