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Roy Smith Elevates to SVP for Fulcrum’s Intell, Army & AF Programs; Jeff Handy Comments

Fulcrum logoRoy Smith, who joined Fulcrum in 2012, has been promoted from vice president to senior VP of the company’s national intelligence, Army and Air Force division.

He holds more than 35 years of management experience in areas such intelligence community support, electronics research and development, rapid prototyping and advanced sensor technology, Fulcrum said Monday.

“Roy has not only made a difference here at Fulcrum, but is delivering industry leading results on the programs that he and his team are supporting today, providing vital intelligence support to our country daily, ” said CEO Jeff Handy.

Handy added the organization Smith leads has quadrupled its size in less than two years.

Smith is former president of Virginia-based technology firm System Planning Corp. and has co-invented a system for applying meteor scatter communications to a container tracking platform.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in political science and a master of public administration degree from the University of Maryland.

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