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SC3 Promotes David Clark to CFO, Expands Role of COO Chuck Hicks

David Clark
David Clark

David Clark, vice president of business operations at SC3, has been promoted to chief financial officer at the Alexandria, Virginia-based federal technology and consulting services contractor.

Clark will oversee SC3’s financial and corporate functions in the areas of procurement, accounting, pricing, financial analysis and contracts, the company said Tuesday.

Chuck Hicks
Chuck Hicks

The 17-year business management professional previously worked at ASRC Federal as vice president of financial planning and analysis.

He spent 13 years at Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT), where he held the roles of senior manager of finance and business operations at Lockheed’s information systems and global solutions business and senior financial analyst at the firm’s aeronautics business.

SC3 also noted that Chuck Hicks, chief operations officer, will also assume the role of business development relationship executive at the company.

Hicks will work to help SC3’s business development team expand the firm’s presence in defense and intelligence markets.

Prior to SC3, Hicks served as principal at CLH Consulting Services and senior VP of finance and business operations at ASRC Federal.

He also held CFO roles at The Buffalo Group and USIS and spent more than eight years at Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC), where he served as VP of finance.

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