Home / Executive Moves / Tommy Gardner Joins Jacobs as Head of Mission Solutions Technology Unit; Darren Kraabel Comments

Tommy Gardner Joins Jacobs as Head of Mission Solutions Technology Unit; Darren Kraabel Comments

Tommy Gardner
Tommy Gardner

Tommy Gardner, formerly chief technology officer at systems engineering firm Scitor, has joined Jacobs Engineering Group (NYSE: JEC) as head of its Mission Solutions business’ technology arm.

He will oversee sales, corporate operations and growth strategies for the delivery of data analytics, Internet-connected tools and cybersecurity platforms to the company’s clients in the government sector and intelligence community, Jacobs said Wednesday.

Darren Kraabel, a vice president at Jacobs, said Gardner’s cybersecurity and data science experience will help leverage the company’s technology offerings to federal clients.

The former chief technology officer at ManTech International (Nasdaq: MANT) has delivered presentations as a keynote speaker at several conferences, including the CyberSpace Symposium on the Future of Cyber and the International Congress of Mechanical Engineers on Big Data.

Gardner also served as a member of several boards, including the Cyber Advisory Board for The Citadel and the Board of Governors.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the U.S. Naval Academy, a master’s degree in management of technology from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a doctorate in energy economics from George Washington University.

Check Also

FirstNet Roadmap Outlines Six ‘High-Priority’ Areas; AT&T VP Stacy Schwartz Quoted

The First Responder Network Authority detailed a five-year plan to advance a nationwide public safety broadband system with regard to the network core, capacity and coverage, situational awareness, information exchange security, voice communications and user experience, Government Technology reported Friday.

Navy Awards Raytheon $367M Close-In Weapon System Modernization Contract

Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) has secured a potential four-year, $367.2M contract from the U.S. Navy to update a radar-guided missile defense system and related hardware for domestic and foreign military customers.