Nick Trzcinski Joins Steampunk as Defense Sector SVP

Jeff Brody
Nick Trzcinski

Nick Trzcinski, a nearly two-decade defense industry veteran, has joined McLean, Va.-based information technology services contractor Steampunk as senior vice president for the Department of Defense sector.

He will oversee the DoD sector practice through the company’s McLean-based office as part of the corporate leadership team, Steampunk said Friday.

Matt Warren, chief operating officer for emerging markets sector at Steampunk, said Trzcinski brings to the leadership team over 19 years of experience developing and capturing deals in the defense market.

Trzcinski most recently worked at Salient CRGT as SVP for national security sector growth. He is a U.S. Navy veteran and has held senior leadership roles at General Dynamics’ (NYSE: GD) information technology business, CSRA and SRA International.

Steampunk, formerly SE Solutions, is an employee-owned company focused on providing human-centered design, cybersecurity, data exploitation, DevSecOps, cloud and digital platforms and related services to defense, homeland security, health and federal civilian agencies.

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