QinetiQ Names TASC, GDIT Vet Bruce Feldman National Systems SVP; John Sutton Comments

John Sutton

Qinetiq North America has appointed Bruce Feldman senior vice president for the national systems sector within the mission and information solutions operating unit, the company announced Monday.

He will manage service delivery and technology development for contracts with both intelligence and defense customers.

“Bruce comes to the company with more than 20 years of expertise in communications, engineering and cyber, ” said John Sutton,  executive VP and general manager of the mission and information solutions operating unit.

Before joining Qinetiq, Feldman held a 13-year career at GCI Inc., a subsidiary of General Dynamics‘ (NYSE: GD) information technology business unit.

At GCI, he served as VP of the knowledge resources group and director of business development for six years and also was a program manager and technical operations engineer for seven years.

Prior to GCI, Feldman spent nine years at TASC Inc.

During his U.S. Air Force Reserve career, the retired lieutenant colonel served in active duty tours within the intelligence community and the Air Force’s Space and Missile Systems Center.

 

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