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Mr. Aaron Harding
Chief, Operations Support Office
Hosting and Compute Center, Defense Information Systems Agency
Aaron Harding is currently serving as the Operations Support Office Chief in the Hosting and Compute Center (HACC). In this role, he is responsible for providing all acquisition, contract, financial, and workforce management support for the center.
He previously served as a Senior Strategic Planner in the Strategy Transformation and Integration Cell (STIC) in the Services Directorate. In this role, he was the subject matter expert on business process improvement. He was responsible for advising on strategic planning issues and conducting in-depth analysis related to business processes to align with the Services Executive’s vision, enduring priorities, and communications strategy. Prior to this assignment, he served as Chief, Hardware/Software Contracts Branch in the Center for Operations. There, he was responsible for the management, oversight and acquisition planning of managed services contracts, hardware/software support agreements and the centralized processing and execution of nonprogram information technology acquisition.
Aaron Harding began his career with DISA in 2008 as part of the DISA Intern Program and has served in various roles providing leadership and strategic acquisition and program management expertise supporting the procurement of enterprise information technology services and solutions. In 2018 he retired from the West Virginia Air National Guard with over 20 years of service.
He received his undergraduate degree in Business Management from Marshall University, Huntington, WV. Aaron Harding resides in West Virginia with his wife, Kate, and two children, Noah and Luke.