Leading technology and management company Dynamics Research announced that Eric Wolf has joined the company as vice president and general manager of its Homeland Security Solutions Division.
DRC supports every major component of the Department of Homeland Security, from transportation security to law enforcement and intelligence activities. Homeland security is one of DRC's key growth markets, and currently represents 13 percent of the company's annual revenue.
Mr. Wolf will lead the division in its support of homeland security customers in IT policy and planning, enterprise technology architecture, cyber security, information security performance management, and systems engineering.
"Eric is truly a visionary in the government technology marketplace," said Jim Regan, DRC chairman and CEO. "His executive management experience with leading companies will be a tremendous asset to DRC and our homeland security clients."
Mr. Wolf's expertise is perfectly suited for this position, as his resume includes over 25 years of experience in management, technical, and research and development roles within organizations that support federal, civilian, defense, state, and local agencies.
"Being at DRC will allow me to tackle some of the most pressing priorities in homeland security and contribute to programs and operations in areas such as cyber security and border protection that are vital to our nation's defense," Mr. Wolf remarked.
Prior to joining DRC, Mr. Wolf spent 11 years with L-3 Communications in a number of leadership positions, including serving as the vice president of an IT services line of business. While in this role, he grew annual sales to almost $70 million dollars.
Mr. Wolf began his career as a software engineer at E-Systems, where he successfully developed an innovative product and associated line of business for three-dimensional visualization and de-confliction of military battle space. He holds a bachelor's degree from George Washington University School of Engineering and Applied Science, and also completed The General Managers Program at Harvard Business School.
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