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DXC National Security VP Orlando Figueredo Added to INSA Advisory Committee

Orlando Figueredo

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Jan. 25, 2018 — Orlando Figueredo, vice president for national security at DXC Technology (NYSE: DXC), has joined other industry and academic leaders in the newly created advisory committee of the Intelligence and National Security Alliance, GovCon Executive reported Wednesday.

INSA said Tuesday the group is comprised of 26 members from the private sector who will help steer the organization’s current and future policy and other programs.

“I look forward to working with the committee to ensure INSA’s programs resonate within the Intelligence Community and deliver value to our membership and community partners,” said INSA President Chuck Alsup.

Figueredo leads the national security business area within DXC’s U.S. public sector unit and has responsibility over its business performance, market expansion and growth strategies.

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