Lawrence O’Connor Named NetCentrics CEO
Board promotes experienced technology executive
HERNDON, VIRGINIA, JULY 21, 2021 – The board of directors at NetCentrics, a leading cybersecurity government contractor, today announced the promotion of Lawrence O’Connor as NetCentrics’ CEO.
NetCentrics, established in 1995, offers cybersecurity services and emerging technology expertise. The company primarily serves government departments, agencies, and military customers. In the last year the customer base expanded into the healthcare and other industries in the private sector. Mr. O’Connor spearheaded these expansion efforts since his arrival in 2020. Previously, Mr. O’Connor served as the company’s President.
“As NetCentrics’ CEO I thank the board for the promotion. I will continue our company’s pursuit of mission-critical projects inside and outside of government,” says Mr. O’Connor.
Mr. O’Connor’s promotion to CEO comes soon after the announcement that NetCentrics won a Best Leadership award. The award, granted by workplace sentiment site Comparably, was based on confidential employee rankings. Employees rank NetCentrics’ leadership in the top 20% nationally on management’s Vision, Transparency, Empathy, Open-Mindedness, and Mission-Driven capacities. NetCentrics ranked #27 amongst small and medium-sized businesses in the United States.
NetCentrics (www.netcentrics.com), established in 1995, continues to be the market leader in cybersecurity, telecommunications and enterprise IT for the federal government and private industry. At present the company holds six contract vehicles for work with the federal government. The company has hires technical experts in a variety of specialized fields; see the website for current openings and locations. NetCentrics is headquartered in Herndon, Virginia, in the Dulles Technology Corridor outside Washington, D.C.
The board of directors today announced the promotion of Lawrence O’Connor as NetCentrics’ CEO.
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