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NCI, Inc. (NASDAQ:NCIT), a leading provider of information technology (IT), engineering, logistics, and professional services and solutions to U.S. Federal Government agencies, today announced that Dr. J. Greg Hanson has been promoted to Senior Vice President and General Manager for NCI’s Air Force and Technology Services Group (AF&TSG). Dr. Hanson has more than 30 years experience in leadership positions in the Federal defense and civilian sectors, as well as in industry and academia.
Before joining NCI, Dr. Hanson was the Chief Operating Officer for Criterion Systems and was responsible for all business operations. Prior to his work at Criterion, Dr. Hanson served as the first Assistant Sergeant at Arms and Chief Information Officer for the U.S. Senate, where he was responsible for technology vision, strategy, and day-to-day operations. He was also the Chief Technology Officer for Universal Systems & Technology (UNITECH) before his work at the Senate. In this role, Dr. Hanson managed the Transportation Security Administration’s first support contract and assisted the newly formed TSA’s CIO during TSA’s creation. Dr. Hanson also served as the first CTO at Telos Corporation, where he led product and technology development and helped create five new businesses.
“I am very pleased to announce the promotion of Greg Hanson to a new leadership role at NCI,” said NCI’s President, Brian J. Clark. “Since joining NCI in April 2011, Greg has been instrumental in formulating the strategic direction of AF&TSG. Not only has he demonstrated exceptional leadership, but he continues to drive innovation and creativity in business development, internal processes, and operations. I look forward to drawing upon his extensive experience and expertise as we continue to serve our Air Force customers. ”
Dr. Hanson’s tenure in the IT arena follows a distinguished career in the U.S. Air Force from which he retired in 1997 as Chief Software Engineer at U.S. Air Force Headquarters. He holds a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Central Florida, an MS in Information Systems from the U.S. Air Force Institute of Technology, and a BS from the U.S. Air Force Academy.