NJVC Names Cyber Lead Lynn DeCourcey, Cloud Lead Kevin Jackson to VP Posts

DeCourcey

NJVC has promoted General Managers Lynn DeCourcey, Kevin Jackson and Gary Lackey to vice president positions, according to a Monday announcement.

DeCourcey leads the company’s cybersecurity unit, Jackson leads the cloud computing unit and Lackey leads the print solutions unit.

Kevin Jackson

The Vienna, Va.-based information technology solutions provider said DeCourcey will manage innovations, solutions and strategies to promote business growth.

The information technology solutions provider said DeCourcey is a 20-year IT industry veteran who has worked with the Defense Department and the intelligence community.

Jackson will manage the development and implementation of NJVC’s government cloud service solutions.

Jackson previously held various senior management positions with Dataline, LLC., Cryptek, Inc., IBM, and JP Morgan.

NJVC also said it promoted Lackey to vice president and general manager of the company’s commercial print solutions unit.

All three executives will report to Jill Bruning, NJVC’s chief operating officer.

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