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DXC Technology’s Most Highly Compensated Executives In 2021

Fiscal year 2021 was a pivotal year for DXC Technology, coming out of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are DXC’s five most highly compensated executives.

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DXC Technology’s Most Highly Compensated Leaders

With a solid fourth quarter, DXC Technology continues to expand its services and gain momentum into its 2022 fiscal year.

The Tysons, Virginia-based publicly traded firm — No. 4 on CRN’s Solution Provider 500 list for 2021 — in a recent proxy filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, reported $17.73 billion dollars in revenue for fiscal year 2021, down about $2 billion from the previous year. The company’s fiscal year runs from April 1 to March 31.

Despite the decline in sales, the company’s stock has more than recovered from its pandemic low of $11 in March 2020, with shares up 238 percent since then to $39.46 as of July 14.

Mike Salvino, DXC Technology president and chief executive officer, said while he was pleased to report a “solid” recent fourth quarter, with revenues of $4.385 billion, he is looking forward to 2022 with continued momentum, focusing on severely impacted areas of the COVID-19 pandemic, such as India and the Philippines.

Seven executives in total topped the list, with Salvino coming out on top in total compensation. But two executives listed on the proxy are no longer in those roles. Paul Saleh, former vice president and chief financial officer, reported total compensation of $11.8 million, while the company’s former senior vice president and controller, Neil Manna, reported total compensation of $7.7 million.

Coming out of the pandemic, many DXC executive total compensations increased from 2020, with some almost doubling. Here are the company’s five most highly compensated leaders in fiscal year 2021.

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