Sevatec announces Mike Dallara as COO

SevatecSevatec announced on June 8 the addition of Michael Dallara as the company’s chief operating officer (COO). As COO, Dallara will oversee business operations and provide strategic leadership as Fairfax, VA-based Sevatec continues to grow rapidly and expand into new federal opportunities around its core capabilities.

“In the national security space our missions are all about leadership, building trust and confidence based on outstanding performance” said Balan Ayyar, president & CEO of Sevatec. “Mike brings an extraordinary record of high performance with our key customers and a set of leadership skills and insight that quite simply are inspiring.”

Commenting on his appointment, Dallara said, “Sevatec has achieved dynamic growth by excelling in the high technology sector of the government services market. This exciting performance reflects on the commitment of the entire firm and our dedication to technical and operational excellence will continue to fuel our future growth.”

Dallara brings 20 years of experience driving business results across the government services, aerospace, and defense industries. He joins Sevatec from Engility Corporation, where as senior vice president, he led the federal civilian operations and business development team in a portfolio focused on information technology services, program management, engineering and training. Prior to Engility, Dallara led business operations and finance within operating units at L-3 Communications and Harris Corporation.

Dallara holds a Master of Science degree in national resource strategy from the National Defense University’s Dwight D. Eisenhower School for National Security and Resource Strategy and dual Bachelor of Administration degrees in finance and management from the University of Florida’s Warrington College of Business.

Dallara’s appointment comes on the heels of Sevatec promoting Joshua Rubin to senior vice president and chief growth officer and hiring Anantha Bangalore as its chief technology officer. Source: Sevatec