Former LMI CEO David Zolet Takes Helm at CentralSquare Technologies

Jeff Brody
David Zolet

David Zolet, former president and CEO of LMI and four-time Wash100 awardee, has joined public sector software provider CentralSquare Technologies as CEO.

He brings three decades of government technology market experience to his new position and has played a key role in some public safety system implementation efforts during his industry career, CentralSquare said Tuesday.

Zolet is a board member at the First Responders Network Authority, or FirstNet, which operates under the  Department of Commerce.

He came to LMI in September 2017 after he previously led DXC Technology’s Americas region business and served in a similar position at Computer Sciences Corp. before CSC merged with the enterprise services unit of Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE) to create DXC.

His career also includes leadership roles at IBM (NYSE: IBM) and Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC).

“Underpinning CentralSquare’s commitment to transforming the public experience is the company’s relentless focus on helping our public sector partners achieve their mission in service to their communities,” Zolet said.

“I look forward to further building and strengthening the company’s momentum in helping our clients deliver on their commitment to citizens.”

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