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DynCorp Recognized for Military Vet Hiring & Development Programs; George Krivo Quoted

George Krivo

TYSONS CORNER, VA, December 12, 2018 — DynCorp International has again been named in an annual list of military-friendly companies in recognition of its hiring, retention and development programs for veterans and their spouses, ExecutiveBiz reported Nov. 30.

The firm said Nov. 29 this is its 12th year in Viqtory‘s roster and it has received both a 2019 Military Friendly Employer and a 2019 Military Friendly Spouse Employer designation based on criteria such as employee turnover, promotion and new hire retention.

“DynCorp International is committed to hiring military talent, knowing first-hand that recruiting veterans and military spouses is not only the ‘right thing to do,’ but the right thing for business,” said DynCorp CEO George Krivo, a 2018 Wash100 awardee.

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