SC3 Promotes Chuck Hicks as Strategy EVP, Adds CTO Role for Chad Wagner

Chuck Hicks

Chuck Hicks, formerly chief operating officer and chief financial officer of SC3, has elevated to the role of executive vice president for strategic growth at the Alexandria, Virginia-based technology and consulting services firm.

SC3 said Monday Hicks will oversee strategic programs intended to grow the company’s footprint in the intelligence, defense, federal and civilian markets.

The 25-year financial and business management professional also supports business development leadership and proposal efforts of SC3 as its BD relationship executive.

He previously served as CFO and acting COO at ASRC Federal, finance chief at USIS and VP of finance at Science Applications International Corp.‘s (NYSE: SAIC) mission integration business unit.

Chad Wagner

Chad Wagner, currently EVP of SC3’s contracting, engineering and support business, will serve in the additional role of chief technology officer.

As CTO, Wagner will lead strategic, cross-company technology projects to help increase the firm’s impact on customers.

Wagner joined SC3 through its acquisition of CompSec, which he led as president.

He also worked as partner manager at MetaCarta; systems engineer at ObjectFX; technical representative at Rational Software; and programmer at BDM and CSSi.

Wagner is a U.S. Marine Corps veteran who completed tours in the Middle East as an Arabic linguist and analyst.

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