Cindy Moran, former Director of Network Services at DISA, joins board of directors
RESTON, Va, June 5, 2015 – NCI, Inc. (NASDAQ: NCIT), a leading provider of information technology (IT) and professional services and solutions to U.S. Federal Government agencies, announced today that it confirmed the election of Cindy Moran to its board of directors following the company’s annual meeting of stockholders on June 3, 2015.
“I am very excited to be working with the NCI team,” said Cindy Moran. “The company has strong capabilities and a long history of applying innovative solutions to the needs of their government customers. I look forward to supporting NCI’s strategy for growth through my experience working in the defense sector.”
“We are very pleased to welcome Cindy to the board,” said Charles K. Narang, NCI’s chairman and CEO. “As the dynamics of the industry have changed, Cindy brings a fresh perspective and keen insight into emerging technologies and trends in our core IT market. Her prior work within the Department of Defense (DoD) is a great fit for NCI.”
Moran’s 30-year government career culminated with 10 years at the senior executive level, providing vision, leadership and focus to complex IT programs. After starting her career with the U.S. Army, she served as Director of Network Services for the Defense Information Systems Agency, leading a team of 700 personnel, military, civilian and contractors in the design, build and sustainment of the DoD Information Systems networks. These included terrestrial, undersea, mobile and all commercial and military satellite programs. She is currently the president and managing partner of Pikes Way, LLC, providing executive and professional leadership for national and international telecommunications consulting. Moran has an extensive background in program management for the DoD, specifically focused on the design, build, integration, operations and management functions for wide area networks and communications capabilities. Her experience includes management of the Global Service Provider grade Internet Protocol networks supporting critical command and control and business applications for the DoD up to and including presidential communications with other nations.