Reggie Brothers on His Move to NuWave Helm

Reggie Brothers on His Move to NuWave Helm
Reggie Brothers - GovConExpert

Reggie Brothers joined NuWave Solutions as CEO when investment firm AE Industrial Partners acquired majority ownership of the McLean, Va.-based government technology services provider last month.

Brothers, a former Department of Homeland Security (DHS) official and Peraton executive, shared with GovCon Wire what attracted him to NuWave.

“I was initially attracted to NuWave due to its focus on forecasting threats and behaviors relevant national security, defense and business scenarios. As I learned more, I realized that NuWave also has the skillsets to successfully integrate advanced data analytic tools into existing systems and workflows at enterprise scale.”

His more than three-decade career also includes leadership positions at The Chertoff Group, Department of Defense, BAE Systems, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, Charles Stark Draper Laboratory and MIT Lincoln Laboratory.

NuWave maintains a portfolio of data management, analytics, cloud and artificial intelligence technology offerings for both the private and public sectors.

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