CSRA’s Yogesh Khanna Joins Forbes Technology Council

Yogesh Khanna, CSRA

CSRA Inc.‘s Chief Technology Officer Yogesh Khanna has been named to Forbes Technology Council.

Forbes Technology Council is an invitation-only community for world-class chief information officers, CTOs and technology executives, and members are granted access to exclusive benefits and resources, including the opportunity to submit thought leadership articles and short tips on industry-related topics on Forbes.com, according to CSRA.

“We are happy to see Yogesh join the Forbes Technology Council, where he can offer unique expertise and thought leadership alongside fellow technology executives,” said CSRA President and CEO Larry Prior. “CSRA leads the industry with next-generation technology and solutions. We are thrilled Yogesh will represent our company’s initiatives in this new role.”

For his part, Khanna said he was excited for the new opportunity.

“As a leading provider of next-generation technology to the federal government, CSRA provides a unique perspective on many issues pertinent to Forbes and their readers,” Khanna said. “I am honored to accept their invitation on behalf of CSRA and look forward to engaging with the Council’s members.”

Khanna is CSRA’s subject matter expert in the area of information technology and its application to solve complex problems for CSRA’s federal customers, and he leads the CSRA Technology Office and the three business group CTOs in shaping go-to-market technology strategy. He also manages internal research and development, ensuring CSRA hires and retains qualified employees in critical technology skill areas, according to CSRA.

Forbes Councils aims to create vetted, social capital-driven networks that help members make an even greater impact on the business world, according Scott Gerber, founder of Forbes Councils. Members get access to the people, benefits and expertise they need to grow their businesses, as well as a dedicated member concierge who provides personalized one-on-one support.

 

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