Fulcrum CEO Jeff Handy announced Oct. 6 the promotion of Roy Smith to Senior Vice President National Intelligence, Army and Air Force Division and Programs.
“Roy has not only made a difference here at Fulcrum, but is delivering industry leading results on the programs that he and his team are supporting today, providing vital intelligence support to our country daily,” Handy said in a statement. “Roy is personally leading key programs in support of several different Army, Air Force and Intelligence Agencies; because of his leadership and the commitment of his superb support team, he has quadrupled the size of his division in less than two years and receives continual praise from both customers and partners on his commitment and dedication to all stakeholders. This promotion recognizes Roy’s service to our customers and the talented analysts and technicians that he leads.”
Smith has been with the Centreville, Va.-based company for two years, having served as the Vice President of Army and Intelligence Programs, supported critical Army and Intelligence programs and provided services to support the Army, Air Force and Intelligence Community programs.
Smith is considered an expert in stealth and counter-stealth technologies, ultra wide-band radar/electronic warfare systems development and technology integration into advanced mission platforms. He has 35 years of experience in management and technical leadership in the national security areas of advanced sensor technologies, IC support, electronics research and development and electronic rapid prototyping activities.
Smith is the co-inventor of a U.S. patent for using meteor burst communications in a container tracking system. He attended the University of Maryland, where he earned a bachelor and master degree in political science, with a specialty in public administration.