Damon Griggs to Become Dovel CEO in November; Paul Leslie Quoted

Jeff Brody
Damon Griggs

Damon Griggs, president and chief operating officer of Dovel Technologies, will assume the role of CEO on Nov. 1.

He will succeed Paul Leslie, who will become executive chairman of the company’s board, Dovel said Wednesday.

Griggs said he is dedicated to fostering a culture of innovation and customer centricity as the company continues to provide cutting-edge platforms and advance expansion efforts to broaden its impact across the federal government.

“Succession planning has been a critical component of our strategy as we looked to the future, including the timing of this transition,” Leslie said. “I have tremendous confidence in Damon and the executive team and look forward to this next chapter in Dovel’s evolution as we continue to expand our capabilities to help our customers create the government of the future.”

Griggs has over 20 years of leadership experience in the government technology sector. He joined Dovel as COO in 2016 and assumed the president role in 2018.

Prior to Dovel, he served as president and COO of InScope International and as a senior vice president at Alion Science and Technology.

You may also be interested in...

F-35 Lightning II

State Dept OKs Potential $10B Sale of Lockheed-Made F-35s to UAE

The State Department informed Congress it approved the United Arab Emirates’ request to buy 50 Lockheed Martin-built (NYSE: LMT) F-35 fighter jets under a potential $10B deal, Reuters reported Friday. The potential foreign military sales deal will move to an informal review by the House Foreign Affairs and Senate Foreign Relations committees.

strategic partnership

DC Capital Aims to Help HTSI Grow Gov’t Footprint via Strategic Partnership

Private equity firm DC Capital Partners has entered into a strategic partnership agreement with Huntsville, Alabama-based system engineering company Hill Technical Solutions Inc. aimed at helping expand the latter's customer base and support work in the government sector.