Vinnie DiFronzo

Executive Vice President, Air Force and Combatant Commands Business Group

 

Vinnie DiFronzo is Executive Vice President, Air Force and Combatant Commands Business Group at SAIC, a premier Fortune 500® technology integrator driving our nation’s technology transformation, with annual revenues of $6.9 billion and approximately 24,000 employees.

SAIC provides engineering, digital, artificial-intelligence and mission solutions across the defense, space, civilian and intelligence markets. DiFronzo leads the strategy, business development, and solutions and services execution and delivery of the Air Force and Combatant Commands Business Group, with 2,700 personnel and locations spanning the globe. The group delivers a wide range of solutions and services — including C5ISR (command, control, communications, computers, cyber, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance), information technology, training systems, data and artificial intelligence, and systems integration — for the U.S. Air Force and Department of Defense agencies and combatant commands.  

DiFronzo joined SAIC in 2015 and has 15 years of experience in program management and leadership roles. Prior to holding roles of increasing responsibility at SAIC, he was assistant vice president at Alion Science and Technology Corp., which specialized in naval architecture and marine engineering, systems analysis, and design and engineering in defense and space manufacturing. He was also a senior program manager at Scientific Research Corp. of a contract that supported the testing of Department of Defense command and control systems.

DiFronzo served in the Air Force beginning in 1980 and retired as a colonel in 2007. During his Air Force career, he served as commander at the wing, group and squadron levels and two tours at the Pentagon. He has 3,600 flying hours, including 198 hours of combat time in the F-15C and A-10. 

DiFronzo is a U.S. Air Force Academy graduate and a National War College graduate. He holds a Master of Business Administration from Golden Gate University.