Professional Services Council taps former Navy, CACI exec as SVP of Technology Policy Council

The Professional Services Council has tapped Dave Wennergren to be senior vice president of technology policy, where he will lead the council’s newly launched Technology Policy Council, PSC’s primary vehicle for addressing tech-related business issues.

PSC created its Technology Policy Council in March and has been adding new members to it since that time.

Wennergren, a former Defense Department official and current vice president at CACI International, will start in this newly formed role on June 9.

“[Wennergren] is one of the most admired leaders in and around the government technology community and brings extraordinary insight, wisdom and perspective to the role.  He is perfectly positioned to help craft and execute our technology policy strategy and integrate it into our longstanding, overarching acquisition and business policy leadership,” said Stan Soloway, PSC president and CEO.

Wennergren’s former roles include being CIO of the Department of the Navy, Deputy CIO for the Defense Department, vice-chair of the Federal CIO Council and the assistant deputy chief management officer at the Defense Department.

He joined CACI last year after retiring following a 33-year government career. Click here for our August Q&A with Wennergren.

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