Doug Wagoner Joins TeraThink’s Board of Directors

Board Member, Doug WagonerToday, TeraThink is delighted to announce the appointment of Doug Wagoner to our Board of Directors. Doug joins Paul Lombardi, the Board’s Executive Chairman, and Dan Maguire, our CEO, on the TeraThink Board. Together, the Board sets the overall direction and overarching policies for TeraThink.

Doug is an accomplished leader and is highly-respected throughout our industry. We are thrilled to have him join our Board of Directors and know that his presence on our Board is going to have a huge impact at TeraThink going forward.

– Paul Lombardi

Doug brings 30 years of experience as a leader in the Federal Information Technology and Management Consulting to TeraThink. In addition, he is an awardee of the prestigious Fed100 list which honors influential leaders in the government contracting arena.

Bringing Experienced Leadership to TeraThink

Earlier this year, Doug retired as Sector President at Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC). In that role, he led 13,500 employees in the delivery of services and solutions. Additionally, Doug was responsible for SAIC’s technology portfolio including alliances and research and development (R&D) investments.

Over his ten-year career at SAIC, Doug oversaw the multi-billion-dollar spinoff of SAIC from former parent Leidos in 2013. Prior to the spinoff, he led SAIC’s Homeland and Civilian Solutions business units.

Looking Forward

Earlier this month, we announced its merger with Dominion Consulting, a technology and management consulting firm specializing in Agile development and IT modernization. The newly formed company is double the size with $80 million in annual revenue evenly allocated across defense and federal civilian clients including Washington Headquarter Services, The Joint Staff, DLA, DOJ, DHS, and USDA.

I am excited to be joining the TeraThink Board of Directors. 2017 was a transformative year for TeraThink, with a number of opportunities that has us poised for further growth. I look forward to what 2018 and beyond has in store for the company.

– Doug Wagoner