Former Homeland Security secretary joined the board in May 2010.
Dean May will lead advanced-technology plans for company’s Mission, Cyber and Intelligence Solutions group.
Jon Love tasked with steering strategic direction of the North American Public Sector Defense Group.
Homeland Security Department hands out contracts for tactical communications equipment for its Secret Service office.
The consulting company regains full eligibility to compete for contracts and accepts responsibility for ex-employee’s actions.
New VP will support strategic business development and planning for Navy and Marine Corps clients.
Contractor will help manage systems and programs for VA benefits programs.
The 10-year Harris vet will also retain duties as corporate vice president and CIO.
Once completed, the deal will give L-3 a full range of training system solutions for military and commercial customers.
Assistance will aid in research of better IT applications for the military.
High-tech common cockpits are needed for helicopters in war zones and other threatening areas.
West Coast engineering company is assisting the Program Executive Office Soldier programs
Acquisition of Make Technologies gives computer giant end-to-end solutions from hardware through application migration services.
Richard Ambrose has a keen understanding of the government market and how to grow business in that sector.
Objective is to provide life-cycle software development engineering to the DOD Intelligence Information System and intelligence community.