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CNSI Realigns Federal Business Operations, Names Panciocco Division Head

CNSI has brought on Cass Panciocco as president of the company’s federal programs division as its executive management team realigns the division to enhance focus in the Defense Department market.

Panciocco will manage business development and solutions for the defense market.

Panciocco previously was group president of Wyle Information Systems, where he managed business with agencies including the Defense Department, Office of Naval Research and Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.

Chuck Hall has also joined CNSI as vice president of business development. Hall has more than 25 years of senior level management experience in operations, marketing and capture management.

“Chuck’s past success in both organic growth and clientele diversification are going to be a key success factor in our growth strategy, ” Panciocco said.

CNSI is already growing from the realignment, the company said in a press release. It recently won a task order to provide the U.S. Navy with a wide range of engineering, technical, research and emergent support activities on the relocatable over the horizon radar reconnaissance system.

CNSI is also a prime award recipient for the Navy SeaPort-e indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.

“At this phase of our company’s growth, it is crucial that we realign our federal teams and leverage Cass’ 28-year record of demonstrated success in building new business, in leveraging and improving operating and service delivery models and increasing customer satisfaction within various federal agencies, ” CNSI President Adnan Ahmed said.

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