DRC taps new VP, GM of Homeland Security division

Wolf comes to DRC from L-3 Communications

Dynamics Research Corp. has named Eric Wolf vice president and general manager of its Homeland Security Solutions division, where he will lead its support of homeland security customers in several areas, including cybersecurity and IT policy.

The division represents 13 percent of DRC’s annual revenue, the company said in a release.

Wolf comes to DRC from L-3 Communications, where he spent the last 11 years in a number of leadership positions.

Before L-3, Wolf worked at E-Systems, which was later acquired by Raytheon Co.

He holds a bachelor’s degree from George Washington University School of Engineering and Applied Science, and is a graduate of The General Managers Program at Harvard Business School.

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