Michael Krieger, former deputy chief information officer/G6 at the U.S. Army, has joined Neustar as director of a new organization that will oversee work to transition out the company’s Local Number Portability Administrator contract with the Federal Communications Commission.
Neustar said Thursday it also appointed information technology veterans Priscilla Guthrie and Roger Loeb to help Krieger manage the LNPA transition project management office.
The Federal Communications Commission decided in March to award the next LNPA contract to Telcordia and the current contract with Neustar expires June 30.
Krieger oversaw IT operations across the Army from 2008 to 2014 and helped spearhead the development of the Defense Department‘s Joint Regional Security Architecture.
Before that, he was principal director in the Office of the DoD Deputy Chief Information Officer.
Guthrie previously worked as a fellow at the Institute for Defense Analyses’ information technology and systems division, special command advisor for the U.S. Cyber Command, intelligence community CIO and deputy assistant secretary of defense.
She held positions at ViaSat and TRW before she joined the federal government.
Loeb joined Neustar after leading technology consulting firm MarTech Group as president and CEO.
Prior to that role, he worked in the Army’s deputy CIO office and at IBM‘s (NYSE: IBM) federal business and A.C. Nielsen Co.