LinkSolutions-Inc | LSi Names David Joslin President and Chief Operating Officer
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LSi Names David Joslin President and Chief Operating Officer

Link Solutions, Inc. (LSi), a leading provider of Enterprise IT, software development, and engineering solutions for the federal government, announced today the appointment of David Joslin as President and Chief Operating Officer (COO), effective June 1, 2016. Joslin currently serves as the company’s Chief Operating Officer.

In this capacity, Joslin’s focus will be ensuring delivery of customer and operational objectives, shaping and executing the firm’s growth and market strategy, and continuing to build an efficient corporate infrastructure capability. Over the past 30 years, Joslin has developed an exceptional working knowledge of the federal technology services sector and has demonstrated a proven ability to deliver growth on a predictable and repeatable basis. He will bring to this role the company’s vision of delivering honest value to LSi’s clients and employees, in concert with the firms’ founding principle – Mission First, Customer Always.

Commenting on his appointment, Joslin stated, “I feel very honored by the opportunity to lead this great company. Our success hinges on high performing leadership and we have a tremendous team working together to deliver on our goals. The vision, strategy and resources are all aligned for this next phase.”

Joslin joined LSi in May 2013, playing an instrumental role in LSi’s transformation into a qualitydriven mid-tier organization. Prior to joining LSi, Joslin held the role of CEO at Information International Associates and preceding that held senior leadership roles over a 20-year career with Perot Systems/Dell Services. He earned a B.A. in Economics and a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Kansas.