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SAIC Unit Names Stanley Fleming President and COO; SAIC SVP Larry Cox Comments

 

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CloudShield Technologies, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of SAIC, announced today it has named Stanley T. Fleming its new president and chief operating officer. Formerly the company’s vice president of Federal Operations, Fleming will now serve as the key strategist and business driver of the organization with responsibility for day-to-day operating activities, including revenue and sales growth.

CloudShield Chief Technology Officer Peder Jungck commented on Fleming’s promotion and said his expertise will be a key asset as the firm works to achieve market leadership in the cyber domain and deliver innovative solutions to its customers. Larry Cox, SAIC senior vice president and business unit manager also commented on Fleming’s new role.

“Stanley’s distinguished career and broad experience makes him an excellent addition to our team, and we look forward to the contributions he will make to benefit our customers and the company,” he said.

Prior to joining CloudShield, Fleming served as senior vice president and chief strategy officer for NANA Development Corporation. In that role he oversaw business development, corporate strategy, investment analysis, communications and marketing. He also co-founded and served as head of strategy and business development for his own company.

The firm provided consulting services and Internet solutions internationally for major cable and telecom companies. The executive served in the military for 21 years, where he held multiple positions that include serving as chief of Washington Operations for the White House Communications Agency. He also supported launch communications for the National Reconnaissance Office.

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