John Gorman Joins MacAulay-Brown, Inc.’s National Security Team

John Gorman, MacAulay-Brown Inc.

John Gorman has joined MacAulay-Brown Inc. (MacB) to become the company’s VP of its Maryland Operations and Business Development. His responsibilities include increasing MacB’s presence at Fort George G. Meade in Maryland. Gorman will also focus on supporting clients at the U.S. Cyber Command, National Security Agency (NSA) and Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), among the Fort’s other intelligence-related units.

Gorman will report to Mark Chadason, SVP and GM of MacB’s National Security Group. “The work done at Fort Meade is critical to keeping our Cyber systems – and the Nation as a whole – secure,” said Chadason. “We are proud of the partnerships we have formed throughout the IC. The addition of John to our growing National Security team strengthens our ability to better support USCYBERCOM and the agencies located at the Fort.”

Prior to his current role, Gorman served as VP of the Net Centric Computing Division at KEYW Corporation. He also worked as director of Cyber and Information Assurance at Northrop Grumman. He went on to become VP of National Cyber Strategy at L-3.

MacB recently acquired intellectual property and other assets from the Secure Computing & Communications (SCC) division of Luna Innovations Incorporated, based in Roanoke, Va.


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