Former SAIC Exec Andrew Boyd Named Idemia Nat’l Security Solutions Business Head; Ed Casey Quoted

Former SAIC Exec Andrew Boyd Named Idemia Nat’l Security Solutions Business Head; Ed Casey Quoted
Andrew Boyd IDEMIA

Andrew Boyd, former senior vice president of defense services at Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC), has joined biometric technology provider Idemia as president and CEO of its national security solutions business.

He will oversee the unit’s strategic growth efforts and technology offerings intended for national security, defense and classified space missions, Idemia said Tuesday.

Boyd managed digital transformation and IT modernization projects during his tenure at SAIC. His more than two-decade industry career also included leadership positions at McIntire Solutions, Unisys‘ (NYSE: UIS) former federal business, TASC and Excelerate Solutions.

“Andrew brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to IDEMIA with a proven track-record of generating significant growth and profit throughout his career,” said Ed Casey, CEO of Idemia Identity & Security North America.

“His unique experience working in both the Federal and Defense space make him an ideal candidate to lead this critical area of our business,” Casey added.

Boyd served as a U.S. Air Force officer before joining the private sector in 2000.

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