Arlington, Va. (Feb. 11, 2021)
|David Broome Named PSC Executive Vice President for Government Relations
David Broome, a seasoned government relations executive with more than 25 years of experience in and out of the federal government, has been named Executive Vice President for Government Relations at the Professional Services Council (PSC) effective February 15, 2021.
Broome, a Marine Corps reservist, has extensive experience with both defense and non-defense agencies and programs. He previously served as Senior Vice President of Government Relations for Israel Aerospace Industries. Earlier, he developed and implemented legislative and communications strategies in senior positions at Orbital ATK and Northrop Grumman.
“I’m honored and excited to have the opportunity to lead PSC’s government relations, especially at a time when the new administration’s agenda takes shape,” Broome said. “I look forward to working closely with PSC’s member companies and the PSC team to enhance advocacy and strengthen PSC’s presence on the Hill.”
His government experience includes roles on Capitol Hill and in the George W. Bush Administration, where he served as Special Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs, as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Senate Affairs, and as Deputy Assistant Administrator for Government and Industry Affairs in the Federal Aviation Administration.
“We are pleased to have David Broome serve in this new leadership position for PSC,” said David J. Berteau, president and CEO of PSC. “His background aligns well with PSC’s engagement with Congress, and his private sector experience will amplify our industry’s issues and concerns. More than ever, our government can benefit from the innovation and efficiency offered by contractors supporting critical national missions.”
“This key hire furthers our efforts to expand and strengthen PSC’s ability to reach decision makers and help shape the future of our industry. We must continue to increase our member companies’ voice on the Hill while working more closely with our government partners,” said Roger Krone, Chairman and CEO of Leidos and Chair of the PSC Board of Directors