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CGI Federal’s Stephanie Mango Elected IAC Exec Committee Vice Chair at Large

Jeff Brody
Stephanie Mango

Stephanie Mango, a senior vice president at CGI Federal (NYSE: GIB), has been elected to serve as vice chair at large for the American Council for Technology and Industry Advisory Council’s IAC executive committee.

Her appointment is effective July 1 and she will join other newly appointed vice chairs that include Allen Ashbey of Unisys’ (NYSE: UIS) federal systems business; Ivette Granier-Smith of ASRC Federal; and Cheryl Waldrup of General Dynamics’ (NYSE: GD) information technology unit, ACT-IAC said Wednesday.

At CGI Federal, Mango oversees the firm’s security, administrative, judicial and enforcement programs with federal customers such as the departments of Homeland Security and Justice.

Paul Strasser, president at Brillient, will serve as executive chair of the council, and Tony Scott, managing partner at Ridge-Lane Limited Partners and former federal chief information officer, will be executive vice chair.

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