Welcome New CEO Lawrence O’Connor
In early 2020, NetCentrics welcomed Lawrence O’Connor aboard as the company’s new President, and new CEO in 2021. An entrepreneur at heart with extensive experience in government services, Lawrence brings a unique and important perspective to this leadership role. As CEO, he’ll aim to grow and evolve NetCentrics’ position in the highly-competitive market of federal information technology and cyber security. Lawrence replaces the previous NetCentrics CEO.
Immediately prior to joining NetCentrics, Lawrence was the President of AO Consult, a certified veteran-owned small business, established expressly to provide federal government clients with forward-thinking consulting and services through a commitment to responsive and cost-effective customer service. He previously held the title of Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of ITSolutions. Here, Lawrence helped transform ITSolutions by creating value through organic growth and acquisitions, expanding its team to over 1,000 employees, and growing annual revenue from $15 million to over $170 million. Earlier in his career, Lawrence served as Principal at Booz Allen Hamilton, honing his skills in software development, Internet application development, and regulatory development. Having graduated from the US Naval Academy. Lawrence began his career as a naval aviator.
Of his new role as NetCentrics’ CEO, Lawrence shares, “I look forward to leading NetCentrics and driving performance for all our stakeholders; working with our employees, our customers as we move our company forward.”
I look forward to leading NetCentrics and driving performance for all our stakeholders; working with our employees, our customers as we move our company forward.
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