Craig Reed Named Serco Inc. SVP, Chief Growth Officer; Dave Dacquino Quoted

Craig Reed

Craig Reed, a 35-year GovCon veteran, has joined Serco Group’s North American subsidiary as a senior vice president and chief growth officer.

He will report to Dave Dacquino, chairman and CEO of Serco Inc., and lead business development and corporate strategy efforts such as mergers and acquisitions, market intelligence and capture and proposals management, the company said Monday.

Reed “brings to Serco a wealth of experience in corporate strategy and business development that will advance our corporate market growth goals,” Dacquino said.

Reed is a senior fellow and an adjunct professor at George Mason University’s School of Business and most recently served as president of consulting firm Growth Strategy Leaders.

He held senior leadership positions at NT Concepts, Engility (NYSE: EGL), DynCorp International, Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC) and Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) and served as senior policy adviser and executive director of the Department of Energy’s secretary of energy advisory board.

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