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Martin Miner Appointed CIO, SVP at Leidos; Roger Krone Comments

LeidosLogoMartin Miner, former chief strategy officer for the national security sector’s integrated systems group at Leidos (NYSE: LDOS), has been appointed chief information officer and senior vice president at the company.

Leidos said Monday he will report to Chief Technology Officer Gulu Gambhir and oversee the company’s information technology systems and technology investments.

“Marty’s experience spans across the intelligence community, the Department of Defense, federal, state and local, and commercial and international customers, ” said Roger Krone, chairman and CEO at Leidos and an inductee into Executive Mosaic‘s Wash100 for 2015.

Miner is a nearly two-decade veteran of Leidos and his prior roles there have included SVP of the firm’s IT deployment and commercial critical infrastructure operations.

He is also a former president, CEO and chief operating officer of CloudShield Technologies, a former subsidiary of Leidos.

Miner also has worked at Texas Instruments Software as a consulting regional manager.

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