He will bring to the role more than three decades of experience in intelligence, special operations, intelligence analysis and counterintelligence and help the company pursue new business opportunities, NetCentrics said Wednesday.
NetCentrics CEO Kenny Cushing said Dillon’s leadership experience in operational and tactical intelligence and special operations, among other areas, and his career in the private sector and military will be an asset as the company expands into emerging technologies.
Dillon, a U.S. Army veteran, most recently served as VP of business development for intelligence and cyber programs at Advanced Concepts and Technologies International. He also held leadership roles at CACI International (NYSE: CACI).
Founded in 1995, NetCentrics provides enterprise information technology, cybersecurity and telecommunications support services for the federal government.