MASHANTUCKET, CT – Command Holdings has hired John Dicus as Director of Business Integration and Compliance. Dicus will lead the business compliance program and continuity development of new organizations within Command Holdings.
Dicus’s hiring comes as Command Holdings continues its strategic expansion with multiple acquisitions and aggressive growth. In the past two years, the firm acquired WWC Global, a management consulting agency, Quattro Consulting, and Celeen, both information technology firms. This increased the Command Holdings team to over 500 members and more than $100 million in revenue.
In his new role, Dicus will bring his extensive expertise from working as Seattle District Lead Business Opportunity Specialist for the Small Business Administration (SBA) to The Pequot Community of Companies. At the SBA, he focused on increasing the engagement between the contracting industry, Native organizations, and the government. Prior to the SBA, he was a Contract Administrator for the U.S. Army.
“As a best-in-class organization, all components of our operations are future ready,” said Jon Panamaroff, CEO of Command Holdings. “Along with our reputation for unparalleled service delivery, John’s tremendous knowledge of regulatory and compliance standards will provide us with a leading edge in our contracting process.”
Command Holdings is a federally chartered Section 17 holding company established in 2017 and is the non-gaming investment arm of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation. With expertise in government, health, facilities, and technology, the firm provides value-driven client solutions and excellent service delivery. Command Holdings has four operating groups and multiple operating firms – The Pequot Community of Companies.