DSA’s Paul Strasser Elected IAC Executive Vice Chair

Paul Strasser

The American Council for Technology and Industry Advisory Council has announced the election of Paul Strasser, executive vice president of information management solutions group at Data Systems Analysts, as executive vice chair of IAC, effective July 1.

Strasser, who currently serves as vice chair for finance at IAC’s executive committee, will become IAC chair by July 1 of next year, ACT-IAC said Wednesday.

Strasser is also president and CEO of DSA’s subsidiary Project Performance Co.

He held senior leadership positions at Engility (NYSE: EGL), Lockheed Martin’s (NYSE: LMT) missiles and space business, Titan and Pragmatics.

Richard Spires, IAC executive vice chair, will succeed Mitzi Mead as the council’s chair in July. Mead will continue to serve as past chair on the executive panel.

ACT-ICT announced that Sundar Vaidyanathan, co-founder and CEO of Karsun Solutions, will succeed Strasser as vice chair for finance, and Gabriela Feibel of Leidos (NYSE: LDOS) will serve as NexUS industry chair in July.

Kathy Conrad, director of digital government at Accenture’s (NYSE: ACN) federal services business; and Jackie Everett, president and CEO of FedFusion; have been re-elected to IAC’s executive panel.

IAC members also elected Kim Pack, a vice president at Wolf Den Associates, and Jonathan Alboum, chief technology officer of Veritas, to the executive committee.

Renee Wynn of NASA and Maria Roat of the Small Business Administration will continue to serve on ACT’s executive committee as president and executive VP, respectively.

John Burchill of the General Services Administration will also join the ACT executive panel as NexUS government chair.

Other members who will serve on ACT’s executive committee on July 1 include:

  • Eric Jackson, Department of the Navy
  • Eric Popiel, U.S. Coast Guard
  • William Zielinski, GSA

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