Unisys Federal Executives Jennifer Napper and Susan Becker Elected to Leadership Roles with Prominent Government/Industry Groups
BLUE BELL, Pa., July 19, 2017 – Unisys Corporation (NYSE: UIS) announced today that two Unisys Federal executives were elected to leadership roles for two prominent government/industry groups.
Jennifer Napper, group vice president, Department of Defense and Intelligence Group at Unisys Federal, was appointed to the board of directors for AFCEA International, a non-profit organization that helps members advance information technology, communications and electronics capabilities.
In her new role with AFCEA, Napper, a retired Army major general, will work with other board members to plan the organization's strategy for providing a forum for members to exchange information and explore issues relevant to its members in information technology, communications and electronics for the defense, homeland security and intelligence communities.
Susan Becker, vice president of alliances at Unisys Federal, was re-elected to the position of vice chair at large on the executive committee of ACT-IAC, an organization dedicated to advancing government and industry partnership through the improved application of IT. Becker began her second two-year term in this position on July 1.
Becker was selected for a 2016 Federal Computer Week Federal 100 Award, in part for her previous work with ACT-IAC. She was recognized for her leadership of the successful 2015 ACT-IAC Executive Leadership Conference, an annual conference that brings together government and industry technology professionals to discuss ways to address common challenges.
In her new term, Becker will continue her work developing and improving ACT-IAC's conference program as well as working with other members of the executive committee to establish the long-term strategy and vision for the organization.
"Beyond their outstanding respective contributions to Unisys Federal, Jennifer and Susan have demonstrated a willingness and ability to assist the government IT community at large with issues that affect us all," said Venkatapathi "PV" Puvvada, president of Unisys Federal. "Their roles at AFCEA and ACT-IAC illustrate their commitment to taking on additional responsibilities that can ultimately help the U.S. federal government more effectively use technology to improve national security and provide services to the country's citizens."
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