Virginia-based media company Executive Mosaic named Lynn Dugle, CEO of Engility, to its annual Wash100 list of most influential voices in government contracting.
Dugle has "... prioritized efforts to reposition Engility for a full return to organic growth this year, a shift toward ‘best-value’ contracts versus the company’s original low-cost approach and repayments on debt incurred from the February 2015 acquisition of TASC and January 2014 purchase of Dynamics Research Corp," reported Executive Mosaic.
Under Lynn’s leadership, Engility had two major contract wins in 2016. One is a potential five-year $369 million contract to support the Federal Aviation Administration’s NextGen air traffic modernization program, which is the biggest win in Engility’s history to date. The other contract win is worth up to $112 million over five years to support the Food and Drug Administration by providing computational science services.
Dugle became Engility’s CEO in March 2016 and serves on the company’s board of directors. She previously served as the vice president of Raytheon Company and president of Raytheon IIS until her retirement in March 2015. Learn more about Lynn’s bio.