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Former DoD CIO Arthur Money, TASC Chair Peter Marino to Help Optic Firm Grow Federal Business

Arthur Money

Arthur Money, a former Defense Department chief information officer, is joining a new advisory board at a maker of optic-based peripheral routing systems.

Thinklogical said in a release it formed the federal advisory board to continue the company’s relationships within the military, intelligence and homeland security communities.

Money, the Pentagon’s CIO between 1998 and 2001, joins the board as a founding member with Peter Marino, who also advises the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and serves as chairman of the board for TASC.

“Securely routing disparate content sources across a myriad of destinations is a daunting task,” Money said in the release, adding the company delivers those services on warships, command and control centers and unmanned aerial vehicles.

Marino said the board will help federal customers understand ThinkLogical’s products.

From 1999 to 2001, Money served as assistant defense secretary for command, control, communications and intelligence as he simultaneously held the CIO post in the Pentagon.

He also has served as the Air Force‘s CIO and has held executive positions at TRW, including president of the company’s ESL subsidiary and vice president and deputy manager for the avionics and surveillance group.

Marino has held several positions in the CIA since he initially joined in 1970 and has held executive positions with Lockheed Martin and Fairchild Industries.

He has also held advisory posts for Raytheon, Boeing, the National Reconnaissance Office, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and the departments of Defense and Homeland Security.

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