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Former SC3 CFO Charles Hicks Joins NCI as Finance Chief; Paul Dillahay Quoted

Jeff Brody
Charles Hicks

Charles Hicks, former chief operating officer and chief financial officer of SC3, has joined NCI Information Systems as executive vice president, CFO and corporate treasurer.

“Chuck is a well-known change agent and a highly respected finance/business leader in the GovCon market,” Paul Dillahay, president and CEO of NCI and a former Wash100 Award winner, said in a statement released Tuesday.

“He has a stellar track record of driving financial operational excellence and will be integral in helping shape our decision making as we continue to execute on our growth strategy,” Dillahay added. 

Hicks brings over 25 years of experience in merger and acquisition transactions, integration initiatives to improve operational excellence, efficiency and performance and strategic partnerships to his new role.

Prior to NCI, he held a similar position at commercial real estate company Cresa Global and also worked at ASRC Federal, Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC), USIS and Ernst & Young.

He served in the U.S. Navy for six years before joining the private sector.

“This is an exciting time for our company, as we partner with our federal customers to help advance their mission utilizing emerging technologies and innovative solutions such as artificial intelligence, advanced data analytics and agile software development,” Hicks said.

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