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Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce, PSC Names Perspecta CEO Mac Curtis GovCon Executive of the Year

Perspecta announced on Thursday that Mac Curtis, president and CEO of the company and 2019 Wash100 Award winner, has been awarded the Greater Washington GovCon Award for Executive of the Year in the greater than $300 million category.

"I am extremely humbled and honored to receive this award," said Mac Curtis, president and CEO of Perspecta. "I accept this on behalf of the 14,000 Perspecta employees who wake up every morning around the world to support our customers' missions and keep our country safe."

Curtis is a GovCon veteran and leader with over 35 years of experience in strategic planning, business development and ability to deliver indisputable financial results. 

Perspecta has exceeded all financial targets in its inaugural year under Curtis’ leadership and has proven its staying power as a leader in combining enterprise IT and mission services to successfully serve the needs of the U.S. government and its citizens.

Presented by the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce and the Professional Services Council, the Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards is the premier event for the Washington-area government contracting community, recognizing the best-in-class among industry.

Curtis accepted this award at the 17th Annual Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards gala on Wednesday. 

About Perspecta Inc.

At Perspecta (NYSE: PRSP), we question, we seek and we solve. Perspecta brings a diverse set of capabilities to our U.S. government customers in defense, intelligence, civilian, health care and state and local markets. Our 270+ issued, licensed and pending patents are more than just pieces of paper, they tell the story of our innovation. With offerings in mission services, digital transformation and enterprise operations, our team of 14,000 engineers, analysts, investigators and architects work tirelessly to not only execute the mission, but build and support the backbone that enables it.

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