CHANTILLY, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Engility Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:EGL), today announced Debra Scheider has been appointed senior vice president of Contracts. In this role, Scheider will lead Engility’s contracts organization that supports mission-critical programs around the world. Bringing 35 years of experience in federal contracting, Scheider will report directly to CEO Lynn Dugle.
“Debra is an accomplished leader in our market with a proven track record of directing high-performing contracts organizations,” said Lynn Dugle. “With our changing competitive landscape, Debra’s experience and proven leadership will be critical as we continue to focus on customer success and on achieving Engility’s business objectives.”
Scheider joins Engility after a distinguished career in the intelligence community and the Department of Defense. She served as the director of Contracts and the senior procurement executive at the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) for over ten years where she managed contract acquisition planning, selection and execution. Prior to her role at the NRO, Scheider held contracting leadership positions at the Central Intelligence Agency.
Scheider serves on the board of directors for the National Contract Management Association, and is a director for the Procurement Round Table.
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