Intelligent Decisions, Inc. (ID) today announced that Peter Brady has been named vice president of its Department of Defense and Department of State Programs. In his new role, Brady will be responsible for leading DoD and DoS programs at Intelligent Decisions, which include expanding the company’s business, increasing penetration into these critical markets, and leading development of the security, cloud, and mobility solutions to meet DoD and DoS mission priorities.
“At Intelligent Decisions, we pride ourselves in establishing a team of true leaders in their areas of expertise. Peter brings strong experience and understanding of the defense space, allowing him to provide the services our DoD and DoS customers require while at the same time strengthening our foothold in these markets,” said Harry Martin, president and CEO, Intelligent Decisions.
He added, “Intelligent Decisions is dedicated to serving its federal government customers with the most innovative technology solutions and high-end professional services. For this, we depend on our team of experts and individuals like Peter.”
Brady has more than 26 years of experience managing international telecommunications for the DoD and other federal government agencies. He previously served as the executive director, business development lead for enterprise IT at ManTech International. He also served as chief of operations for DISA Europe and within the private sector at Oceus Networks, Merlin International, Cisco Systems and Sprint Corporation.
“I am inspired by Intelligent Decisions’ commitment to building, nurturing and retaining a team of truly talented and innovative individuals. This has allowed the company to have a tremendous impact for the government agencies it supports,” said Brady. “Through its talented team, Intelligent Decisions has introduced new capabilities to agencies like DoD and DoS. I am honored to join and lead this group of experts and I am excited to work with an organization that fosters innovations that move the federal government forward.”
Brady is a retired lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Army and has supported government through his military service and work in the U.S., Germany and Japan and additionally served in combat operations in Iraq, Afghanistan and Bosnia.