Thursday, March 30, 2023

Press Release: Precise welcomes new executive, Lisa Creason, to company leadership team

After more than two decades leading teams delivering solutions to government customers, Lisa Creason has joined Precise Software Solutions, Inc. as a new member of its leadership team. Creason will serve as Precise’s Chief of Strategic Initiatives.

Ms. Creason recently ended her tenure with the Food and Drug Administration’s Office of Regulatory Affairs where she served as the Associate Deputy CIO and Director of the Office of Information Systems Management. In that role, Creason was responsible for business application planning, development, integration, delivery and support for the portfolio of custom workflow systems, COTS products and business intelligence and data platforms supporting the regulatory operational work of ORA and FDA.

Precise CEO Zhensen Huang was effusive in his introduction of Ms. Creason to the Precise team. He wrote, “I have had the great pleasure of knowing Lisa for nearly 20 years. She’s been a great leader at FDA delivering technical and intelligent data solutions supporting the agency’s public health mission. I am very excited to have Lisa’s wealth of experience and expertise on the Precise leadership team as she brings her wise counsel to a variety of strategic initiatives across the company.”

In addition to leading a variety of strategic initiatives across the company, Ms. Creason will serve as coordinator and liaison to the Precise advisory board, driving conversations critical to Precise’s growth as the company continues to expand their delivery of innovative and impactful solutions to its customers. Read the full release here.


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Jackie Gilbert is a Content Analyst for FedHealthIT and Author of 'Anything but COVID-19' on the Daily Take Newsletter for G2Xchange Health and FedCiv.

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