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CRN: DXC Technology’s Senior Management Team Draws From Both CSC, HPE Services Segment

Executives from Computer Sciences Corp. (NYSE: CSC) and Hewlett Packard Enterprise‘s (NYSE: HPE) enterprise services segment have been named to vice president and director roles at the future merged CSC-HPE ES company that will operate as DXC Technology when it debuts April 3, CRN reported.

Michael Novinson writes CSC and HPE tapped Chicago-based executive search firm Heidrick & Struggles to manage DXC’s organization design and talent selection processes.

The report said DXC — which expects to generate $26 billion in annual revenue, with nearly 11 percent from the U.S. public sector — has named 116 VPs and directors across its future corporate and operating groups so far.

Bill Deckelman, executive VP and general counsel at CSC, will hold a similar position at DXC and oversee the latter’s legal, privacy, contracting, merger-and-acquisition and compliance functions.

CSC EVP and Chief Financial Officer Paul Saleh will assume the same roles while Darin Cabral, HPE public sector VP of finance, will be finance director for the public sector unit of the combined company.

James Gallagher, VP and associate general counsel at HPE ES, will serve as VP of DXC’s legal functions within the U.S. public sector business.

Stephen Hilton, EVP and general manager of CSC’s global infrastructure services unit, will serve as EVP of the future company’s global delivery organization.

Kyle Spencer, SVP of global client program management at CSC, will serve as VP of restricted delivery for the public sector, aerospace and defense and restricted government accounts outside the U.S.

DXC has set a March 29 date for its first investor day that will be held in New York City.

This story was originally published on March 14, 2017.

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