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Phil Lacombe Named Parsons Cyber Lead; Mary Ann Hopkins Comments

ParsonsPhil Lacombe, currently vice president and manager for the information systems and security sector at Parsons, has been appointed to lead the company’s cyber initiative.

The two-decade industry veteran will work to help the company grow its cyber business line and establish a cyber solutions center, Parsons said Tuesday.

Lacombe came to Parsons in April 2014 following its acquisition of Secure Mission Solutions, which he helped found and led as a president.

“Phil is a leader in critical infrastructure protection, and we are excited to merge his converged security vision with Parsons’ mission to deliver, sustain and protect infrastructure, security, defense and industrial solutions for our customers worldwide, ” said Parsons Group President Mary Ann Hopkins, a Wash100 winner.

He also served in leadership roles at Olive Group, Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC) and General Dynamics (NYSE: GD).

Lacombe directed a presidential commission on critical infrastructure protection in Washington before he joined the private sector.

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