In his new role, Goldstein will construct the company’s technology roadmap and develop mission solutions and hardware for the Defense Department and the Intelligence Community.
“He has assisted national agencies in the management of their technology portfolios to identify strategic gaps and develop new capabilities for the nation,” said Tom Baumbach, Dynetics president.”
Prior to his current position, he served as QinetiQ North America‘s senior vice president and general manager of the national systems business unit within the company’s mission solutions group.
“He [Goldstein] has more than 30 years of experience in the fields of signals intelligence, imagery intelligence, measurement and signature intelligence, cyber, radar, sonar, communications and navigation,” said Dr. Marc Bendickson, Dynetics CEO.
In addition to his executive role, Goldstein serves as a Colonel in the Air Force Reserve and has four patents on spread spectrum communications and adaptive processing for signal detection.