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Q&A: CSRA CEO On New IT In Government, Security Breaches And The Election Impact On Federal IT Spending

Jimmy Sheridan

The View From The CSRA Corner Office

CSRA came into being a little over six months ago after government solution provider SRA merged with the government services portion of CSC. The deal created a $5.5 billion, 19,000-employee federal government solution provider behemoth.

Recently, CRN sat down with CSRA President and CEO Larry Prior to discuss how he sees the future of federal government IT security, how a potential Clinton or Trump Administration would affect the U.S. federal government IT market, and what role cloud computing will play.

Prior said the government's infrastructure is in a major state of disrepair and fixing it should be a national priority. But he's optimistic we will see a watershed change in federal government IT investment during the next presidential administration.

Not surprisingly, CSRA is looking forward to that shift. Here's an edited version of the interview with Prior.

 
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