BAE Systems appoints new IT business and finance leaders to support growing Intelligence & Security sector
BAE Systems, Inc. announced on August 3 the appointment of Stephen Hyde as vice president and general manager of the Global IT Solutions business area within its McLean, VA-based Intelligence & Security sector. Global IT Solutions delivers cutting-edge technologies and services that enhance the performance, efficiency, mobility, and security of the critical networks used by U.S. defense and national security customers.
Hyde, formerly of both CSRA and Northrop Grumman, has served in a number business leadership roles over his 22-year career, supporting multiple government and Intelligence Community customers with challenges involving systems engineering and integration, intelligence analysis, high performance computing, IT integration, and cloud computing. In each position, Hyde has been successful in developing employees and improving business performance.
“Stephen has a track record of achieving growth by winning new business and maximizing the value of his portfolio’s current contracts,” said DeEtte Gray, president of BAE Systems’ Intelligence & Security sector. “His strategic vision and industry experience leading programs and technology efforts are important strengths that will support our business growth and uphold our standards of superior program execution.”
The Intelligence & Security sector has also named Bijon Ray as its new vice president of finance. Ray joined the company in 1993 and has served as the director of Finance for BAE Systems’ Applied Intelligence business for the last three years. In addition to leading the Finance function, he recently directed the analysis of the company’s SilverSky acquisition and its integration into Applied Intelligence, including aligning the business processes and controls between the two organizations.
Source: BAE Systems, Inc.