Paul Strasser, Tony Scott Elected to IAC Leadership Posts

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The American Council for Technology and Industry Advisory Council has appointed Paul Strasser, president of Brillient, to serve as executive chair of the IAC effective July 1.

Tony Scott, a managing partner of Ridge-Lane and former federal chief information officer, will be the council's executive vice chair, ACT-IAC said Wednesday.

The incoming vice chairs at large are:

  • Allen Ashbey, vice president of Unisys Federal Systems
  • Cheryl Waldrup, VP of federal capture at General Dynamics Information Technology
  • Darryl Peek II, a senior manager for strategy and business development at Salesforce
  • Ivette Granier-Smith, a vice president at ASRC Federal
  • Kavita Kalatur, president of NetImpact Strategies
  • Stephanie Mango, a senior vice president at CGI Federal

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