Paul Lombardi to be Inducted Into Greater Washington GovCon Hall of Fame

awardThe Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce and the Professional Services Council will induct former DynCorp President and CEO Paul Lombardi into the Greater Washington Government Contractor Hall of Fame during an awards ceremony that will be held Nov. 5, Federal News Radio reported Tuesday.

Lombardi began his career with the McLean, Virginia-based defense company as president of its government services group in 1992 and later served as executive vice president before he took the helm in 1997.

He also led DynCorp through its merger with Computer Sciences Corp.

He launched consulting company INpower in March 2003 and is chairman of the compensation committee of NCI‘s board of directors and chairman of the CGI Federal board.

Lombardi also serves on the Northern Virginia Technology Council, the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association, the Commonwealth of Virginia Governor’s information technology commission and George Mason University School of Engineering and Computer Science’s advisory board.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the New York State Maritime College and later studied business at George Washington University.

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