June 8, 2021 9 AM - 10 AM EDTAdd to Calendar
Stu Shea, Peraton
Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer
Stu Shea is the Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Peraton, a $7 billion company that is the world’s leading mission capability integrator and transformative enterprise IT provider. Peraton serves as a valued partner to essential government agencies across the intelligence, space, cyber, defense, civilian, health, and state and local markets.
Stu is the former President and Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Leidos and was the principal architect in the creation of Leidos when he served as COO of SAIC. Prior to being named COO, Stu led SAIC’s support to
the National Security Community as President, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group. Stu is also a founder of the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) and the highly acclaimed GEOINT Symposium. He serves on several industry, government, and academic advisory boards.
Stu was a member of the Director of National Intelligence’s Senior Advisory Group (SAG) and in 2016 he was presented the Intelligence Community Seal Medallion by Director of National Intelligence James R. Clapper, Jr. for his service. He has also been the recipient of numerous awards for his leadership within the industry.
Stu has a Master of Arts from the University of Kansas, a Bachelor of Science from State University of New York at Albany, and executive education at the University of Virginia, Harvard Business School, Wharton, and The George Washington University.
General Topics of Discussion:
What has Peraton been doing in 2021.
Why we brought three organizations together.
Our new scope and scale, and why we chose to scale.
What's Peraton's future plans?
How we are responding to / anticipating industry and government trends?
How our approach compares with peers and customers.
Our conception of national security is much broader than the traditional focus on military threats and solutions, it includes financial security, commerce security, and health security. Today we are hearing the Biden administration speak in these terms when discussing the economy, the pandemic and cyber attacks. It is important to understand the “global” national security ecosystem. Pandemics, cyber attacks, etc. don’t respect geographic boundaries. Threats originate from around the world and land on our shores and in our systems.
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