ECS names Martin Klein analytics and AI VP

On August 10, Fairfax, VA-based ECS announced that Martin Klein has been named vice president of analytics and artificial intelligence (AI). Klein returns to ECS after having previously served as a program manager, director, and vice president at the company, helping deliver multiple large-scale data and AI programs for the defense and intelligence community. In his new role, Klein will oversee ECS’ key strategic digital transformation initiatives focused on the defense and intelligence market segments.

Klein has 20 years of experience working in data science, advanced analytics, AI and machine learning delivery, and profit and loss management. Prior to joining ECS, Klein served as general manager of C3 AI Federal and senior VP for C3 AI Global Defense, Intelligence, and Cyberspace, where he managed the delivery of enterprise AI engagements. He also served as the chief operating officer of the Department of Defense Joint Artificial Intelligence Center and is a combat veteran with 30 years of service as a commissioned officer in the United States Army and Army Reserve. He has commanded at every level in the U.S. Army.

“I look forward to building on the work of ECS’ professionals, who are solving tough problems by integrating data and delivering AI to the federal government,” said Klein. “Our defense and intelligence communities are beginning to fully embrace the enormous potential that operational data and AI provide in our integrated-deterrence strategy. ECS will continue to play a leading role in preserving information advantage and decision dominance. I can’t think of a better company to accelerate our national security transformation toward the digital age.”

“Marty will play an invaluable role in helping ECS lead the industry in data and AI solution delivery,” said John Heneghan, president of ECS. “Marty was a founding member of the ECS AI practice, and we are excited to have him back with new perspectives leading our AI efforts now.”

Source: ECS

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