David Wennergren to Join Professional Services Council as Tech Policy SVP

David Wennergren
David Wennergren

David Wennergren, a nearly three-decade government veteran and a current vice president at CACI International (NYSE: CACI), will join the trade group Professional Services Council as SVP of technology policy.

He will start in the role on June 9 and lead the organization’s primary vehicle for addressing technology-related business issues, the PSC said Tuesday.

Wennergren joined CACI in August 2013 as an enterprise services group VP after service as the Pentagon’s assistant deputy chief management officer.

He spoke to ExecutiveBiz on the heels his appointment to CACI to discuss what led him to join the company and how he sought to leverage his federal experience at the Arlington, Va.-based services contractor.

Click here to read the full two-part conversation.

His government career has also included time as the military’s deputy chief information officer and as CIO for the Navy.

The PSC’s technology policy council is chaired by Anne Altman, IBM‘s U.S. federal lead, and includes recently-added members such as Teresa Carlson, Amazon Web Services‘ public sector chief, and AT&T Government Solutions President Kay Kapoor.

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