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War Criminal - NEW
Paul V. Lombardi
Mr. Lombardi joined DynCorp in 1992 as president of DynCorp's Government Services Group, the company's largest operating group, devoted to defense services. In 1994 he was elected executive vice president of the corporation and became responsible for the successful management and profitable operation of DynCorp's federal government business, which amounted to 80 percent of the company's $1 billion annual revenues at that time.
Before his association with DynCorp, Mr. Lombardi was employed at PRC Inc. from 1981-1992, where he served in a variety of executive management positions. For the latter six years, he was senior vice president and general manager of PRC's Applied Management Group, responsible for external information technology and systems integration. Earlier, Mr. Lombardi served in executive positions in both the Navy Department and the Department of Energy.
Throughout his career, Mr. Lombardi has been an active member of several professional organizations, including the Professional Services Council, the Army Aviation Association of America, the American Defense Preparedness Association, the American Society of Naval Engineers, the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA), the Navy League, the Air Force Association and the Association of the U. S. Army. He has also been recognized numerous times for his many business accomplishments, including most recently as "CEO of the Year" from The George Washington University School of Business and Public Management.
Mr. Lombardi also takes an active role in the community. Currently, he serves on the board of directors of AFCEA, the Virginia Tech Economic Development Advisory Board, the Governor's Commission on Information Technology and George Mason University's School of Engineering Advisory Board. He is also vice chair of the board of the Professional Services Council. Mr. Lombardi earned a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from the New York State Maritime College and he studied business at The George Washington University in Washington, D.C.
in History from Paul V. Lombardi
One thing is
certain for Dyncorp CEO Paul Lombardi these days.
. . Lombardi can't discuss most of what Dyncorp is
doing for agencies like the FBI, the Armed Forces
and other three-letter agencies around the world.
But if the past is any indication, they're in the
thick of it. Dyncorp has set up telecommunications
systems in war zones throughout Africa. It has
contractors flying missions over the cocoa fields
of Columbia, destroying the plants that produce
cocaine. It refuels and runs ground support for
the Air Force One fleet, and services all the
telecom for the State Department. Indeed, defense
contractors like Dyncorp again are the center of
attention in the Washington tech scene. And
suddenly, dot-com millionaires, stock options and
e-commerce plays seem trivial when compared to
building bombers, setting up satellite networks
and improving wireless phone systems' emergency
communications. Since the terrorist attacks,
Dyncorp has been asked to take the government
emergency telephone system completely wireless. It
has been asked by many defense agencies to help
come up with contingency plans if there is another
attack. Dyncorp provided the crews for the
civilian transport ships that cruised into New
York Harbor the day of the attacks. The company
runs the border stations with Mexico for the
Immigration and Naturalization Service, and has
been asked to tighten security there
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