Senior Vice President of Homeland Security, LMI
Scott Recinos’ significant recent achievement was overseeing LMI’s remarkable growth within the DHS domain. In FY18, DHS account revenue was $11.9 million, and in FY23, it reached $108 million, with a projected revenue of $130 million in FY24 — an impressive growth rate of over 40%. He takes pride in not only expanding systematically but also achieving ambitious financial targets, resulting in the growth of LMI’s workforce from 60 full-time equivalents in 2018 to over 400 FTEs in 2023. This showcases the organization’s forward-thinking approach to operational and capability scaling.
“Under Scott’s exceptional leadership, LMI’s Homeland Security team has consistently demonstrated agility, innovation and unwavering customer-centricity, values that he passionately champions,” said Doug Wagoner, LMI CEO.
“Beyond annual assessments, the LMI team’s performance has been truly outstanding, earning ‘Excellent’ ratings in all categories for their Border Patrol cost plus award fee task order Evaluation Reports. This accomplishment reflects Scott’s superb insight into customer requirements, as evidenced by his successful facilitation of Border Patrol’s obligation of more funds in a four-month period in 2022 than any prior.”
In 2023, Recinos and his team are heavily focused on furthering LMI’s commitment to enhancing national security within the homeland security domain. It continues to expand its support to key DHS entities like Customs and Border Protection, Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction, Federal Protective Service, Immigration and Customs Enforcement and DHS Science and Technology Directorate. The team’s dedication to these critical missions is paramount as it directly contributes to safeguarding our nation.
“I am very passionate about the DHS CBP mission having prior experience working at the forefront,” Recinos said. “That experience fuels my passion and commitment to excellence, both for LMI and DHS. Extending beyond numbers, I further support the homeland security community though active engagement with my role as chair of the Washington Homeland Security Round Table, and through support for the Border Patrol Foundation.