He succeeds Gavin Long, who will chair the AI board, the company said Thursday.
Long, also managing partner at The Acacia Group, said Hynes’ strategic vision, operational maturity, mission understanding and experience in mergers and acquisitions would help advance AI’s growth initiatives.
Hynes will also serve on the AI board and oversee the executive team to drive growth strategies, build up the company’s business development approach and develop novel platforms to address clients’ requirements.
Hynes said he intends to expand the adoption of the company’s Accountable Innovation strategy to help more federal clients align technical platforms with their missions.
He held senior leadership roles at TASC, SAIC and ManTech International (Nasdaq: MANT).
The former naval aviator serves on the Intelligence and National Security Alliance’s advisory board and as a member of the Capital Area Food Bank’s board.