Bernie Guerry has been promoted to Senior Vice President and General Manger of the Intelligence Solutions division of General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT). Guerry is replacing Tom Kirchmaier, who earlier this week was named president of General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems (GD AIS).
In this new role, Guerry will lead a worldwide organization of more than 4,600 professionals that provides high technology solutions, systems integration, IT systems and mission support services to the U.S.Intelligence Community, Department of Defense, their coalition partners and NATO.
“Bernie has more than 25 years leading large, complex organizations and has consistently demonstrated strong performance excellence within General Dynamics IT,” said Dan Johnson, president of General Dynamics Information Technology. “His experience managing critical national security programs and indepth understanding of our customers’ mission requirements will ensure the continued success of this business area.”
Guerry had been vice president and general manager of General Dynamics IT National Intelligence sector since 2006. He was responsible for over 2,500 employees and revenues that exceeded $800 Million in the development, deployment, integration and operations of IT systems and mission solutions for the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC). Internal operations, to include security, information systems, standards and quality, and training and development, were also a part of Guerry”s role.
“Bernie brings to GDIT a wealth of experience, knowledge and operational insight from both a government and industry prospective. I look forward to watching Bernie continue to move our industry forward, by building on existing relationships and developing new ones within the community,” said Sid Fuchs, President and CEO of MacAulay-Brown, Inc. (MacB).
Guerry joined GDIT in 2006, after retiring from the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
Earlier this year, Guerry was appointed to the Intelligence and National Security Alliance () Board of Directors.