Biography

Dan Mongeon
President & CEO
Agility Defense & Government Services


Dan Mongeon has served as President and CEO of Agility Defense & Government Services since June 2008, a position in which he has overall responsibility for the business development, operations and strategy of Agility’s public sector business. Dan joined Agility, formerly PWC Logistics Services, Inc., as the Vice President, Defense and Government Services in January 2006 and was named President of PWC Logistics Services, Inc., Defense and Government Services – US in July 2006.

Prior to joining the company, Dan served in the U.S. Army for 34 years, retiring as a Major General in 2006. His last active duty position was Director of Operations, J-3, of the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) in Fort Belvoir, Virginia. With a focus on military readiness, this office provides policy oversight and supply chain management for acquisition, supply, distribution, and property disposal. Dan headed a staff of over 300 civilian and military personnel responsible for providing worldwide logistics solutions to the military services as well as to foreign military customers and other federal agencies. This worldwide mission was performed by approximately 23,000 civilian and military personnel with an annual operating budget of over $31 billion.

Other relevant assignments have included serving as the Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics, G-4, and United States Army Forces Command at Fort McPherson, Georgia. He also served as the commander of the Defense Supply Center in Philadelphia (DSCP). DSCP is a field activity of DLA. In addition, he served on the Joint Staff in the Pentagon and at NATO Military Headquarters in Mons, Belgium.

Dan received his commission in 1971 as a distinguished military graduate from the University of Arizona where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Administration. He received a Master’s Degree in Logistics Management from the University of Arkansas. His military schooling includes the Quartermaster Basic and Advanced Courses, U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, and the U.S. Army War College.
In addition, Dan serves on the Advisory Boards of LOGTECH, UNC, Boyle Transportation, NDTA Transportation, and the Quartermaster Foundation as a subject matter expert. He is a member of the Board for Agility DGS.