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Brian Sheridan Rejoins Bechtel As Defense, Security Business GM; Craig Albert Comments

NAT-SHERIDAN_1297466821Brian Sheridan, who managed projects at Bechtel Corp. for 10 years prior to joining BAE in 2011, has rejoined Bechtel as general manager of the firm’s U.S. defense and security business line within its government services unit.

The 30-year industry veteran will oversee the organization’s operations and partnerships with customers in the local defense and security markets in his new position, Bechtel said Tuesday.

His background includes roles in contract operations, intelligence, business development and information technology services.

“The breadth of knowledge and experience of the defense and contracting industry that Brian brings is essential to this vital role, ” said Craig Albert, president of Bechtel government services business.

Sheridan rejoins Bechtel after working for BAE Systems‘ intelligence and security segment in the past three years.

Before entering the private sector, he held leadership positions at the Pentagon, including service as assistant secretary of defense for special operations and low intensity conflict.

He began his career at the Central Intelligence Agency in the 1980s.

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