Sigma Defense Systems board adds former CACI tech chief

Sigma Defense Systems said Monday that its board of directors has elected a new member in Deborah Dunie, former chief technology officer at CACI International.

“Deb's expertise in analyzing state-of-the-art technologies and her experience with integrating, building, and maturing rapidly growing platforms will be a very significant asset as we execute our go-forward plan,” Sigma President Matt Jones said in a release.

Founded in 2006, Sigma is backed by private equity firm Sagewind Capital concentrates on integrating systems and sensors into broader technical solutions for ISR missions.

Dunie was CACI’s technology chief from 2006 to 2014 and also is a member of the boards at Axient and Peraton.

Prior to CACI, Dunie served as director of plans and analysis in support of the defense deputy undersecretary for counterintelligence and security.

Her career in government also includes roles such as director of the business transformation office at what is now known as the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.

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