PSC Adds Byron Bright, Ronald Hahn as Board Members; David Berteau Quoted

TYSONS CORNER, VA, June 9, 2020 — Byron Bright and Ronald Hahn, respectively the president of government solutions unit at KBR (NYSE: KBR) and the executive vice president of strategic growth at Amentum, have become members of the board of directors at the Professional Services Council, GovCon Wire reported June 2.

The council said June 1 its board added Bright and Hahn along with Carl De Groote, vice president of Cisco Systems' (Nasdaq: CSCO) federal arm and Olivier Jeannot, president of Tetra Tech’s (Nasdaq: TTEK) federal information technology unit.

David Berteau, president and CEO of PSC, said the new board members will help elevate the council's voice on behalf of the government contracting industry.

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