Board of Directors
President and Chief Executive Officer
Mac Curtis, a results-oriented and hands-on executive with more than 30 years of leadership experience in federal government contracting, is the president and chief executive officer (CEO) of Perspecta (NYSE: PRSP). In this role he leads a public company of more than $4.2 billion in revenue and 14,000 people who support customers in the defense, intelligence, civilian, health care, and state and local markets. Prior to leading the creation and launch of Perspecta, Curtis was the president and CEO of Vencore, Inc., a defense and intelligence contractor he grew from $680 million to $1.2 billion over four years through organic growth strategies and acquisitions. Before Vencore, Curtis served as president and CEO of Vangent, an information management and business process outsourcing company, which he subsequently sold to General Dynamics in 2011 for $980 million. He also held senior leadership positions at Pearson government solutions and DynCorp International and served as an advisor to Veritas Capital during his career.
Curtis holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the Virginia Military Institute. He has been recognized on numerous occasions for his business and community accomplishments, including being named a 2011 Federal 100 Award winner, a Wash100 recipient since 2015, and Executive Leader of the Year at the NoVa Chamber of Commerce 2016 Outstanding Corporate Citizenship Awards for breaking all fundraising totals by raising more than $2.1 million as the chairman of the American Heart Association’s Greater Washington Heart Walk.
Curtis offers his time, energy and leadership to the Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) Board of Directors and the board of directors for the Military Bowl, which supports the United Service Organizations (USO) and Patriot Point, a relaxing and safe environment to enjoy outdoor recreational activities for our nation’s wounded, ill and injured service members and their families. He recently served as a member of Volgenau Engineering School Advisory Board at George Mason University, a member of the Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA) Board of Directors and has Director Emeritus designation from his term as chairman of the Professional Services Council (PSC).