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John Kavanaugh Notes Perspecta Portfolio, Contract Base at Baird-Hosted Conference

Jeff Brody
John Kavanaugh

TYSONS CORNER, VA, December 2, 2019 — John Kavanaugh, senior vice president and chief financial officer of Perspecta (NYSE: PRSP), said the company maintains a diversified contract base, balanced portfolio and strong backlog during his keynote address at Baird’s 2019 Government & Defense Conference, ExecutiveBiz reported Nov. 20.

Kavanaugh also discussed the firm’s performance in the last six quarters and its expansion in the government services market.

The conference took place Nov. 20 at the Ritz Carlton in Tysons Corner, Va., and was attended by defense industry leaders.

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