Martin Miner named Leidos CIO

Leidos named Martin Miner as its new chief information officer (CIO) on Monday.

Miner holds bachelor's degrees in computer science and mathematics from the U.S. Air Force Academy. He  served in the Air Force for 10 years and spent 14 years with the Air Force Reserves before retiring as a lieutenant colonel. Miner also earned a master's in operations research and is a graduate of the Executives Program at the University of Virginia's School of Business.

"Marty's experience spans across the intelligence community, the Department of Defense, federal, state and local, and commercial and international customers," Leidos Chairman and CEO Roger Krone said. "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 has worked with Leidos for 18 years and during that time he has held senior management positions. Most recently he served as the chief strategy officer within the company's Integrated Systems Group. In this role, he was tasked with coordinating and overseeing strategic growth in areas relating to infrastructure protection, command and control, and cybersecurity.

As CIO, Miner will be responsible for the overall IT infrastructure, and will be involved in developing and implementing initiatives for improvement and making investment decisions with regard to technology to support

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