Moises DelToro III, a three-decade U.S. Navy veteran and former head of the Naval Undersea Warfare Center, has joined Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) as a principal within the company’s Navy Marine Corps account.
The retired Navy rear admiral will be responsible for managing and implementing programs that fall under the NAVSEA subaccount and driving growth initiatives in the NMC business, Booz Allen said Friday.
DelToro previously led NUWC for four years as commander, a role that involved the management of a submarine warfare systems engineering center and a $1.6B budget for research, development, test and evaluation programs.
He also served as deputy commander for undersea warfare, undersea warfare chief technology officer and undersea defensive warfare program manager.
“In today’s uncertain and often-dangerous times, the vital importance of the undersea warfare domain, and the role played by the U.S. Navy’s submarine force as part of U.S. nuclear deterrence triad cannot be overlooked,” DelToro said.
“I look forward to connecting NAVSEA and the nation’s seamen with the best solutions industry has to offer.”