Leidos names Martin Miner chief information officer
Leidos, a national security, health, and engineering solutions company based in Reston, VA, announced on August 31 the appointment of Martin Miner as senior vice president and chief information officer (CIO). Miner will report to Chief Technology Officer Gulu Gambhir. In his new role, Miner will be responsible for the direction of the company’s information technology (IT) infrastructure and associated projects, improvement initiatives, and technology investments in support of the business.
Miner has held numerous senior management positions during his 18-year tenure with Leidos. Most recently he was the chief strategy officer for the Integrated Systems Group in the company’s National Security Sector, where he provided oversight and coordination for strategic growth areas including command and control, infrastructure protection, and cybersecurity. Miner has also served as Senior Vice President for the company’s Commercial Critical Infrastructure Operation; Chief Executive Officer/Chief Operating Officer/President for former-Leidos subsidiary CloudShield Technologies Inc.; and Senior Vice President for the company’s IT Deployment Operation providing CIOs and customers with information technology infrastructure support. Prior to Leidos, Miner was a manager for GE Aerospace/Martin Marietta and a Consulting Regional Manager for Texas Instruments Software.
“Marty’s experience spans across the intelligence community, the Department of Defense, federal, state and local, and commercial and international customers,” said Leidos Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Roger Krone. “He brings operational excellence, domain expertise, and a deep appreciation for what the organization needs from both a line and enterprise perspective. His unique skillset will enable him to improve the company’s technological infrastructure.”
Miner holds a B.S. in both Computer Science and Mathematics from the U.S. Air Force Academy. He served in the Air Force for 10 years, and served another 14 years in the Air Force Reserves where he retired as a Lieutenant Colonel. While on active duty, he earned an M.S. in Operations Research from the Air Force Institute of Technology. Miner is also a graduate of the University of Virginia Darden Business School “The Executive Program.”