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Stan Soloway Announces Departure as PSC Lead

PSC Professional Services CouncilTYSONS CORNER, VA September 10, 2015 — Stan Soloway has announced his plans to step down as president and CEO of the Professional Services Council, GovCon Executive reported Wednesday.

Soloway has expanded the trade association in reach, membership breadth and mission scope since he began his tenure in 2001, Ellen Glover, executive vice president of ICF International (Nasdaq: ICFI) and PSC board chairman, said Wednesday.

Anne Altman, IBM (NYSE: IBM) general manager for U.S. federal government and industries and PSC executive committee member, will head the executive search team to find his replacement.

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