General Dynamics IT names new general manager of defense intell division

Effective today, Tom Kirchmaier is senior vice president and general manager of General Dynamics Information Technology's National and Defense Intelligence Solutions (NDIS) Division.

Kirchmaier reports to Mike Chandler, president of General Dynamics IT.

Kirchmaier will lead NDIS, which serves the intelligence community with IT and command-and-control services such as systems engineering, infrastructure management, security architecture, information assurance, intelligence analysis, and operations and maintenance in support of national decision-makers and military activities.

Most recently, Kirchmaier was senior vice president and general manager for the Global Information Services Division. During his career at General Dynamics, he has managed the design, development and deployment of large-scale enterprise IT and network-centric systems and services. His experience includes serving technology customers in the federal, commercial and international markets.

Earlier in his career he worked as a systems engineer and program manager of IT solutions for the defense intelligence community, the Joint Staff and the Office of Secretary of Defense.

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