CGI Federal’s Stephanie Mango Elected as IAC Executive Committee Vice Chair

Last year, Stephanie Mango received a Pinnacle Award from Jamie Graham of KippsDeSanto.

CGI Federal Senior Vice President Stephanie Mango has been elected as vice chair at large on the American Council for Technology and Industry Advisory Council Executive Committee, and is slated to officially take office July 1.

ACT-IAC, a public-private partnership working to improve government through collaboration, education, programs and events, held its elections in late May and announced its member results June 5. Mango said she’s honored to have been elected and serve alongside other dedicated professionals.

“I believe in ACT-IAC because this organization, unlike many others, provides opportunities for people across public service, including federal employees and companies small and large, to conduct candid conversations about how technology can be applied to improve our government,” Mango said.

Additional new vice chairs at large include Unisys Federal Systems’ Allen Ashbey, ASRC Federal’s Ivette Granier-Smith, NetImpact Strategies’ Kavita Kalatur, Salesforce’s Darryl Peek and General Dynamics Information Technology’s Cheryl Waldrup.

Former U.S. federal Chief Information Officer Tony Scott will be the new executive vice chair as Brillient Corp. President Paul Strasser ascends to executive chair.

“This is a truly exceptional executive committee with a broad range of relevant expertise and experience,” said current Executive Chair Richard Spires, CEO and director of Learning Tree International. “I know that this committee, under the leadership of incoming Executive Chair Paul Strasser and Vice Chair Tony Scott, will continue to strengthen ACT-IAC in a way that benefits our entire community.”

Related: CGI Federal’s Stephanie Mango Named National Security Executive of the Year 

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