At Northrop, he worked as an aerospace structural engineer for the aircraft division and held the same position for Hughes‘ space and communications unit.
In his new role, he will be responsible for helping Wyle and its business groups manage contracts, subcontracts, other business agreements and related compliance matters.
Wyle says he brings experience in helping manage transactions such as contracts, subcontracts, teaming agreements and nondisclosure agreements.
The company says he has also handled terminations, changes, claims and bid protests and developed processes and procedures for complying with laws and regulations.
He has substantial experience in contracts, subcontracts, teaming agreements, nondisclosure agreements, and other transactions that are common in our industry. He also has experience dealing with terminations, changes, claims and bid protests and developing written processes and procedures to ensure compliance with laws and regulations applicable to federal government contractors.