Boeing’s Dewey Houck Named Info Solutions VP; Roger Krone Comments

Boeing has named Dewey Houck as its new vice president and general manager of the company’s information solutions organization.

Houck, formerly vice president of the organization’s intelligence systems group, will be responsible for directing cybersecurity, physical security and information services programs within Boeing’s defense, space and security unit.

Houck is succeeding John Hinshaw, who is joining HP as that company’s executive vice president of global technology and business processes. GovCon Wire has that story, here.

Houck will report to Roger Krone, president of the network and space systems division within BDS.

Roger Krone, Boeing

“Dewey’s extensive technical background and demonstrated leadership will ensure both the continuity and the success of Boeing’s commitment to our government and commercial customers’ critical security requirements,” said Krone. “With the recent opening of Boeing’s Cyber Engagement Center, Dewey will take us to the next step, working with our customers to develop the innovative solutions needed to protect critical networks, infrastructure and mobile environments.”


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