Former IRS official leads new CSC federal practice

Former IRS official leads new CSC federal practice

Computer Sciences Corp. has named Joseph Kehoe, a former commissioner for the IRS' Small Business and Self-Employed Division, to lead the contractor's new federal consulting practice.

Kehoe left the IRS last year to join CSC.

As vice president and senior partner of the newly formed group, Kehoe will oversee consulting contracts focusing on strategy, enterprise business and functional management applications. His team will take over CSC contracts at the Federal Aviation Administration and Commerce, Defense, Education and Homeland Security departments.

Before he worked at the IRS, Kehoe spent 25 years at PriceWaterhouseCoopers, including stints as managing partner and as global industry leader for services. He has bachelor's degree in accounting from the University of Virginia and a master's of business administration from Syracuse University.

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Mary Mosquera is a reporter for Federal Computer Week.

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