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Board of Directors

David Dacquino
Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
Serco Inc.

David (Dave) J. Dacquino serves as chairman and CEO of Serco Inc., a leading provider of professional, technology, and management services to every branch of the U.S. military, numerous U.S. federal civilian agencies, the intelligence community, the Government of Canada, state and local governments, and commercial clients. Dacquino oversees the $1 billion business with approximately 8,000 employees providing support in the areas of defense, transportation and citizen services. Dacquino brings to Serco more than 30 years of experience in the defense, aeronautics and technical services industry.

In his previous role at Serco, Dacquino served as senior vice president of the Defense Services business unit and oversaw the Company's work in the areas of ship and shore/base modernization, hardware integration, acquisition and program management, logistics support, and personnel readiness. Prior to joining Serco, Dacquino served as president and CEO of SkyLink, a leading aviation airlift and logistics service provider with international operations in over 60 countries. Before SkyLink, Dacquino served as the CEO of VT Group, a technology integrator with a strong focus on C4ISR, transportation, logistics, unmanned aircraft operations and facilities management. He also served as vice president and senior executive of Raytheon Technical Services Company's integrated support solutions division and in the Raytheon Missiles Systems Company in Tucson, Ariz.

Dacquino also had a 20-year career at Lockheed Martin, where he ultimately held the position of vice president and general manager of logistic services and oversaw more than 3,500 personnel at 75 locations worldwide. He also worked in the original Skunk Works in Burbank, California and later in Ontario, California supporting the U.S. Special Operation Mission aircraft. Prior he served at Lockheed Martin Sanders, (now BAE Systems) in Nashua, New Hampshire and ultimately Aeronautic Services in Greenville, South Carolina.

Dacquino holds a degree in aeronautical engineering technology from Arizona State University and a master's degree in finance from California State University at Northridge. He learned how to fly at Farmingdale State University in Long Island, New York. His professional designations include international certifications in management, purchasing, contracts and production in inventory management.