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Executive Profile: Dr. Steven Warner, Northrop Chief Scientist of Federal and Defense Technologies

A_WarnerDr. Steven Warner serves as the chief scientist for the federal and defense technologies division within Northrop Grumman‘s information systems sector where he is responsible for the leadership and technical oversight of a broad range of technology strategy and investment activities.

As chief scientist, the 33-year information technology veteran is also responsible for developing technical strategies to meet customer requirements and for improving collaboration among Northrop’s technical leadership, its internal and external partners, academia and working groups.

In his role at the company, he also promotes and manages independent and contract research and development investments.

During his 17 years with Northrop Grumman, Warner has served in a variety of roles including principal technologist in the former civil systems division and served as chairman of TechAmerica‘s public sector cloud computing committee in 2012.

Warner has authored a number of whitepapers, briefings and publications and is also the author of 16 reviewed articles in the areas of laboratory local area networks and analytical biochemistry.

His technical experience includes the areas of enterprise architecture, service-oriented architecture, cloud computing and data center technologies.

Warner holds a Bachelor of Science from Eckerd College and a doctorate in biochemistry from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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