Larry Egbert, formerly executive vice president and manager of the air-sea forces sector at DCS, has elevated to the roles of president and chief operating officer.
The U.S. Navy veteran succeeded Randy Washington, who retired after a nearly 35-year career with the professional services firm, DCS said Tuesday.
Prior to DCS, Egbert worked at Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC), where he served as a senior VP and operations manager.
His more than two-decade military career in the Navy included time as a carrier aviator, systems engineer, lead Navy test pilot during the engineering and manufacturing development phase for the F/A-18E/F Super Hornet aircraft and major program manager for the direct and time-sensitive strike program office (PMA-242).
DCS is an employee-owned company that provides technology, engineering, management platforms and technical support services to the Department of Defense and other national security agencies.