Chenega Elevates 14-Year Company Vet Tim Lamb to Security Business Unit President

Tim Lamb

Tim Lamb, president of physical security and fire protection services contractor Chenega Infinity, will transition into a new role of president for Chenega Corp.’s security strategic business unit in July to succeed the retiring Paul Raggio.

At that time, Lamb will hold management and oversight responsibilities for seven Chenega-owned businesses: Chenega Infinity, Chenega Security & Protection Services, Chenega Security & Support Solutions, Chenega Total Asset Protection, Chenega Integrated Security Solutions, Chenega Management and the Chenega-Patriot Group joint venture.

Since 2004, Mr. Lamb has served in an executive capacity at nearly every Chenega security services company and joint venture and was selected by the Chenega board of directors to the role of Chenega Infinity president in 2014.

Lamb’s tenure at Chenega saw the business capture domestic and overseas security services contracts with agencies such as the U.S. Army, Space and Missile Defense Command, Missile Defense Agency, Naval Facilities Engineering Command, NASA and the departments of Homeland Security and Interior.

Raggio first joined Chenega Corp. in 2003 after a 25-year Army career and was instrumental in growing the security unit to a major provider of security services for the U.S. government since he started as its president in August 2011.

Raggio also served as chairman of the management oversight committee for Chenega Patriot Group — a joint venture of Chenega Security & Support Solutions, Patriot Group International and Reed Inc.

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