VIENNA, Virginia, (June 10, 2010) — The Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum (SECAF) announced the re-election of Shiv Krishnan as the Chairman of its Board of Directors. Krishnan has served on the Board since 2002, most recently serving as Chairman from 2008-2010. As Board Chairman, Krishnan will continue to lead SECAF through one of the most exciting chapters of growth and opportunity for the organization.
“Shiv has been responsible for a tremendous amount of SECAF's success in recent years. His leadership of the incredibly talented Board we have today will take the organization to new heights and increased value for our members. Shiv and INDUS Corporation have provided generous support in so many ways over the years, and it was indeed an honor to turn the gavel over to him at this exciting crossroad in the organization's history” stated SECAF immediate-past Chairman, Mark D. Moore of John Marshall Bank.
Krishnan is Chairman and CEO of INDUS Corporation, a rapidly growing Federal Information Technology firm based in Vienna, Virginia. Krishnan started this company in 1993 and the company has grown to nearly $100M in revenues.
In addition to his work at INDUS Corporation, Krishnan is also a member of the Board of Trustees of George Mason University Foundation, Board of Advisors for the University of Virginia's School of Continuing and Professional Studies, George Mason University's School of Management, Board of Governors of the Tower Club, Board of Directors of the Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts, and a past-President of the Association for Corporate Growth.
“I am honored to serve as Chairman of SECAF, to take this rapidly growing organization to the next level,” said Krishnan. “It is exciting to continue to work with great leaders of the Washington business community at SECAF. SECAF is well positioned to aid the small and emerging contractors and help them overcome challenges they face. My goals will be to build on the momentum already generated by our valuable member companies and the tireless efforts of our SECAF Board members.”
Krishnan's new position will take effect on July 1, 2010.
The SECAF mission: “To provide education, resources, and research which serve the small and emerging government contractor community for the purpose of ensuring success and equal access to contracting opportunities.”
SECAF members include CEOs, COOs and CXOs of both small and emerging contractors. Our members value the quality and content of our events and the policies SECAF follows to maintain that quality. The focus of SECAF is to provide useful information on timely topics that will directly assist our members in navigating the federal landscape.