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Wayne Lucernoni Joins ASRC Federal as President of Information Systems & Technology

ASRC Federal announced that Wayne Lucernoni has been named president of its information systems and technology division. He will oversee strategy, programming and technical oversight for the group, says the Beltsville, Md., company.

“Wayne brings a wealth of customer knowledge and experience in growing and building enduring businesses,” commented Mark Gray, president and chief executive officer, and 2018 Wash 100 recipient.

“His leadership, passion and track record of success running organizations supporting the intelligence community, DoD, and federal health agencies make him a perfect fit to lead this important sector of our services portfolio,” Gray added.

Before joining ASRC Federal, Lucernoni was president of mission sustainment and IT services at the Harris Corporation. Last year, he oversaw the $690 million-buyout of the Melbourne, Fla.-based division by Veritas Capital.

Selected to the Wash100 in 2015, Lucernoni brings over 30 years’ industry experience. In addition, he is a member of the Homeland Security & Defense Business Council, the American Council for Technology and Industry Advisory Council and the Intelligence and National Security Alliance.

Earlier this month, ASCR Federal secured a potential, $200 million contract to provide operation support for U.S. Air Force rocket engines.

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