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Kyle Spencer

Senior Vice President, Delivery
Perspecta Inc.

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As senior vice president of delivery at Perspecta, Kyle Spencer drives the leveraged delivery of infrastructure technology, applications and business process services. He is focused on delivering high-quality services, driving operational advancements and cost management of the organization.

Prior to this position, Spencer was senior vice president of delivery for DXC Technology’s $8 billion global restricted and secure business. In this capacity, he led a 30,000 person organization spanning 52 countries and delivered services to DXC’s government, aerospace, defense and health care customers. He joined the company through CSC six years ago as part of the executive turnaround team. He drove financial and operational improvements in specific areas of the company including: CSC’s Global Infrastructure Services, the Americas region and the United Kingdom and Ireland region.

Spencer was founder and chief executive officer of INP, the world’s second-largest IT advisory service firm, which was acquired by KPMG in 2007. He was also one of the three founders of Dell Services and helped build their business from concept to a multibillion-dollar enterprise in five years. He was president and general manager for VA Linux Global Services, which was the leading provider of open source infrastructure and application development to the dot-coms.

Spencer was with Electronic Data Systems (EDS) for 12 years, where he served in several executive positions. He was the business unit president for EDS’ Service Area Management organization, which was responsible for delivering infrastructure services to customers in North and South America. He also served as vice president in the Client Server Group, and vice president of infrastructure services for the energy, communications and health care businesses.

He began his career in information technology working for internal IT services for Moody Holdings, which owned businesses in health care and insurance. There he advanced to the role of chief information officer and was an early thought leader in the application of client/server technology to the business.

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