He will oversee the development and execution of the trade group’s strategies in support of the federal technology services contracting industry, PSC said Friday.
Puvvada’s “knowledge and willingness to collaborate across all sectors of the industry will serve our organization well as we renew our commitment to making the government a smarter customer and better buyer,” said David Berteau, PSC president and CEO.
“Working with PSC members and key government stakeholders, we will continue our mission to enable a more fair and competitive government contracting industry in 2018 and beyond,” Puvvada said.
Puvvada’s election came six months after his appointment as vice chair of PSC’s board and executive committee.
He also served as chair of the group’s Civilian Agencies Council that is responsible for procurement policies and strategies for civilian agencies such as the departments of Veterans Affairs, Energy and Homeland Security.