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Executive Mosaic is honored to introduce David Wennergren, senior vice president for technology at the Professional Services Council, as the newest inductee into the Wash100 — a group of influential leaders in the government contracting arena.
PSC is an Arlington, Virginia-based trade association of the U.S. professional services and government technology sector.
Wennergren brings information technology and change management experience from his work with both the private and public sectors.
He is formerly a vice president at CACI International, assistant deputy chief management officer at the Defense Department, U.S. Navy chief information officer and vice chair of the Federal CIO Council.
Wennergren is a recipient of fellowships in public administration and financial management, several civilian service awards from DoD and leadership awards from TechAmerica, Federal Computer Week, GCN and AFCEA.
Executive Mosaic congratulates David Wennergren and the PSC team for their selection to receive this award.
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