Data Networks Corporation (DNC) of Reston, a woman-owned enterprise IT and Management services company supporting health, defense and homeland security service provider, has announced the promotions of Chuck Olsick to President, Cass Panciocco to Chief Operating Officer (COO) and Michele Bond to senior vice president of Federal Health IT and Civilian Programs.
“As we build the company to the next level, we are proud to promote executive management from within and recognize their exceptional accomplishments and contributions to DNC’s exceptional growth,” said the company’s CEO, James Kepler.
Olsick joined DNC in 2006 and most recently served as COO. Over the past seven years, he led the company to a compounded annual growth rate exceeding 40 percent, according to DNC. He has a wealth of leadership experience acquired during 30 years at companies in the federal arena, including positions as president and COO at Acton Burnell, Inc.; senior vice president at CACI; and vice president of Litton’s Applied Technology Division and of General Instrument’s Defense Systems Group. He holds a bachelor of science degree in Physics from James Madison University and completed the Executive Management Program at Stanford University.
Panciocco joined DNC in 2013 as vice president of strategic programs. Now as COO, he is responsible for management and execution of DNC’s operations, business development and strategic alliances. Panciocco’s leadership experience includes as group president for Wyle Information Systems, COO for RS Information Systems and executive vice president of SIGNAL Corporation. Panciocco has a master of science in Computer Systems Management from the University of Maryland and a bachelor of science in Resource Economics from the University of Massachusetts.
Bond joined DNC in 2008. She manages the company’s federal health IT and civilian business segments, focusing on program performance and expanding DNC’s growing presence in these market areas. Bond’s prior experience includes working at Vangent, where she led a $215M business unit. She also held positions at CSC, Standard Technology Inc., BCE Emergis eHealth Solutions and the United States Navy where she was a medical service corps officer. Bond is also a registered dietitian, has a master of business administration degree from the University of Maryland and a bachelor’s degree in science in dietetics from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Last month, DNC announced that David Wolf and Fiona Barshow joined DNC’s leadership team as vice president of Federal Civilian Programs and vice president of Business Development, respectively.
“These promotions and strategic new hires will position DNC for additional growth and further strengthen our competitiveness and ability to provide exceptional services and solutions to our customers,” said Kepler.