Mark Zaroogian Joins SRI International as Vice President, Information Systems Division
MENLO PARK, Calif., July 9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Mark Zaroogian has joined SRI International as vice president of the Information Systems Division within SRI's Engineering and Systems Group. In his new role, Zaroogian leads staff members focused on information systems for the defense and intelligence communities. Expertise in these teams includes signal processing, electronic warfare/aircraft survivability equipment, information system architectures and analytics, cyber operations, integration and training platforms, and software development and delivery.
"Mark is a recognized leader in the Department of Defense and Intelligence communities, effectively managing business operations for complex programs. He has led complex technology development efforts and applied those technologies in the delivery of new systems and capabilities," said John Prausa, vice president of SRI's Engineering & Systems Group. "He joins SRI with a high level of expertise and demonstrated success. We welcome him to this critical role within our organization."
Before joining SRI, Zaroogian was the director of Fort Meade programs and Maryland-based cyber programs for BAE Systems. He was responsible for all operations, program performance, personnel, and customer interfacing. His earlier roles at BAE included management of programs in software development, systems engineering/integration, and business development. He also led a multimillion-dollar internally funded R&D portfolio.
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