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QinetiQ NA’s Steve Cambone heads Missions Solutions Group

QinetiQ NA's Steve Cambone heads Missions Solutions Group - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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Three years ago, having wrapped up service with the Department of Defense, Steve Cambone set out to find a company whose breadth of experience in national security matched his own. He found it at QinetiQ North America. Since joining the McLean, Va.-based provider of systems engineering, IT solutions, and technology development in 2007, Cambone has gone from serving as executive vice president for strategic development to his current role as

Photo credit: Eric Anderson
Photo credit: Eric Anderson

president and COO of the company“™s Missions Solution Group. Since assuming the latter role in mid-April, Cambone has been focusing on a top priority: helping customers in intelligence, NASA, the Defense Department, the Department of Homeland Security, other Federal agencies, and the commercial sector adapt to ever-changing missions and tightening budgets. Recently, Cambone offered ExecutiveBiz a status report on his new role and the top initiatives ahead.

ExecutiveBiz: What new initiatives are you leading as president of Missions Solution Group?

Steve Cambone: We“™re in the early stages of putting two centers in place, both of them virtual. One will offer a cyber mission assurance capability for commercial and government clients. It will allow a network operator to anticipate threats like malware, spyware, etc., in a manner that still allows them to continue to achieve their mission. Second, we“™re creating a software development center. We believe future markets will be highly dependent on software-enabled, software-driven, and software-based capabilities. Those capabilities will enable everything from operating robots–something QinetiQ North America offers from our Boston facility, by the way“”to the missions we support for our customers in the General Services Administration. 4128

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