Raul Fernandez and David Barnes sign up for the Tysons tech company’s board
Tysons-centered Fortune 500 business DXC Engineering announced Monday it has appointed Raul Fernandez and David Barnes to its board of directors.
Barnes is the former senior vice president and main info and world wide company providers officer for United Parcel Service (UPS). He also worked with UPS from 2005 to 2011 as senior vice president and chief info officer.
He currently serves as a senior adviser with private fairness fund Bridge Development Associates LLC and is a member of the board of administrators for Hertz, Solace Corp. and BackOffice Associates. He will also be a part of DXC’s audit and threat committees.
Fernandez is vice chairman and operator of Monumental Sporting activities & Enjoyment, a personal partnership that owns the Women’s National Basketball Association’s Washington Mystics, as effectively as the Washington Capitals, the Washington Wizards (for which he serves on the NBA Board of Governors), the Wizards District Gaming NBA 2K team and the Capital One Arena. He was also founder, CEO and chairman of Proxicom Inc. and chairman and CEO of ObjectVideo.
He is a specific adviser and minimal associate with Basic Atlantic Partners and Carrick Capital Partners and also sits on the boards of GameStop and Broadcom. He will serve on DXC’s compensation and nominating and governance committees.
“With extensive encounter in the IT marketplace and confirmed management capabilities, Dave and Raul convey crucial viewpoint and insight to our board,” DXC Chairman of the Board Ian C. Read stated in a statement. “These additions complement the function that [DXC CEO] Mike Salvino and his management team are doing to launch the ‘new DXC’.”
DXC Technological know-how was fashioned in April 2017 as a end result of the merger of Computer system Science Corp. and the Organization Providers business enterprise of Hewlett Packard Organization. The company has 138,000 employees throughout the world and previous 12 months experienced revenues of more than $21 billion.
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