Input names VP of executive programs

Richard Colven has joined Input as vice president of executive programs, the company announced today.

Colven, a former partner in the Federal Consulting Practice at Computer Sciences Corp., is responsible for leading Input's Executive Program, organized to help senior executives solve significant business issues through strategic and best practices research and analysis, and peer collaboration.

At CSC, Colven built a management consulting organization from infancy to more than 80 professionals, and was also was a main contributor to shaping the company's strategic approach to the federal and state and local markets. Before working at CSC, he was a consultant, business developer and practice director at firms such as USWeb/CKS, Milerock Partners and CSC Index.

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