Integrated government solutions and services provider Engility named Lynn Dugle Chief Executive Officer. John Hynes, Engility’s Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, was promoted to President and Chief Operating Officer.
The Co-Chairs of Engility’s Board of Directors, Peter Marino and David Savner said “The Board is confident that Lynn and John are ideally suited to lead Engility forward into its next chapter focused on achieving sustainable organic growth and debt repayment. Lynn’s decades of operational experience in our industry combined with her in-depth knowledge of our business will enable her to make immediate contributions to the company. Engility is in a strong competitive position after the successful integrations of TASC and Dynamics Research. The company has diversified its services offerings and is now positioned to pursue work in multiple growth markets with its broader customer base and capabilities. We look forward to moving ahead along this continuum under Lynn and John’s leadership.”
Dugle has more than 30 years of leadership and operational experience in defense, intelligence and telecommunications, including advanced cyber and technical solutions. She held senior management positions at Raytheon for over a decade and served as President of Raytheon Intelligence, Information and Services (IIS).
“I am confident in and deeply committed to Engility’s growth,” Dugle said. “Having spent my career in this industry, including as a member of the Boards of Engility and TASC, I am excited by the opportunities that lie ahead for Engility, particularly in growth markets such as space and intelligence. The combination of Engility’s cost-effective price structure and its offerings in these high-demand areas positions the company for continued success. I look forward to working with the rest of the management team and the company’s talented employees to further distinguish Engility as a leading government services provider.”
Hynes was Chief Executive Officer of TASC, Inc. prior to the company’s acquisition by Engility. He has led intelligence services businesses at both ManTech and SAIC and served as an aviator in the U.S. Navy.
“This is an exciting time for Engility,” Hynes noted. “The acquisitions we’ve made have positioned us to pursue the highest growth areas and focus on winning new and larger contracts. We have already made substantial changes to our business development strategy and processes that are increasing the size and quality of our business opportunities. I look forward to working closely with Lynn to fully realize the company’s potential.”