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PSC names four new members to its Technology Policy Council

The Professional Services Council has added four more technology executives to the executive advisory board of its new Technology Policy Council.

The new members are:

  • Kay Kapoor, president of AT&T Government Services
  • Teresa Carlson, vice president of Amazon Web Services Global Public Sector
  • Greg Baroni, chairman and CEO of Attain LLC
  • Steven Roth, chief operating officer of Preferred Systems Solutions

They will join the council’s original members:

  • Anne Altman, general manager of IBM’s U.S. federal government and industries
  • Pat Finn, senior vice president of Cisco’s U.S. Public Sector  Organiation
  • Wes Anderson, vice president of Worldwide Public Sector Services at Microsoft
  • George Newstrom, president of Dell Services Federal Government
  • Randy Fuerst, president and chief operating officer of Oceus Networks
  • Robin Lineberger, head of Deloitte’s Aerospace and Defense Practice

“The convergence of technology and professional services will continue to be among the most significant market trends of this era, and PSC, as a whole and through the Technology Policy Council, is uniquely positioned to address the plethora of business policy issues it involves,” said PSC president and CEO Stan Soloway.

PSC said that other new members may be added soon.

About the Author

Mark Hoover is a senior staff writer with Washington Technology. You can contact him at mhoover@washingtontechnology.com, or connect with him on Twitter at @mhooverWT.

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