Deloitte Hires Dave Wennergren to Bolster Federal IT Practice

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Dave Wennergren, Deloitte

Dave Wennergren, Deloitte

Deloitte Consulting LLP has hired a federal IT expert most recently employed by the Professional Services Council, to bolster its federal IT practice.

Dave Wennergren, who will focus on IT modernization issues, will officially start July 5, 2017, according to Deloitte.

“We are thrilled to have Dave Wennergren, a respected leader in the federal tech community, joining Deloitte,” said Dan Helfrich principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP and federal government services leader. “Throughout his distinguished career, Dave has been recognized for his ability to use IT to transform and drive change and improve mission performance. His ability and passion to build and support great teams is a perfect fit for our culture.”

Wennergren recently served as PSC’s executive vice president and chief operating officer, and has held several high-profile roles across the Defense Department and the federal government. Within government, Wennergren has served as DOD’s assistant deputy chief management officer, deputy assistant secretary of defense for information management, deputy chief information officer for integration and technology, Department of the Navy CIO, and vice chair of the Federal CIO Council.

Wennergren is a fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration and a CIO-SAGE at the Partnership for Public Service, and has received numerous awards for his government service, including DOD’s Distinguished Civilian Service Award; Department of the Navy Distinguished, Superior and Meritorious Civilian Service awards; Secretary of Defense Meritorious Civilian Service Award; and the Office of the Secretary of Defense Exceptional Civilian Service Award.

He has also received recognitions and honors from American University, TechAmerica, the Federal CIO Council, FCW, the American Council for Technology, GCN and Computerworld.


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