Siemens Government Technologies has appointed Michael House as vice president of business development, the company announced Aug. 12.
House brings more than 25 years in technical, program and business development experience to SGT, most recently leading AECOM’s Energy Consulting Services Business in the Americas. In his new role, House will oversee SGT’s business capture planning, development and proposal operations. He’ll be responsible for tailoring solutions in areas of energy resiliency, smart infrastructure, automation and software-driven optimization of maintenance, sustainment and production activities for complex government missions.
“Mike’s experience working with customers to understand their challenges first, before advancing a specific technology or product, has earned him the essential trust needed to be a true solution partner,” said Tina Dolph, president and CEO of Siemens Government Technologies.
At AECOM, House led capture efforts earning the company roles on multiple large indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contracts with ceiling values totaling $15 billion.
“With a deep technical proficiency as an engineer, complemented by a strong business acumen, Mike has been a highly respected and sought after leader in every organization he has served, and, I’m excited to partner with him now in expanding our work across new customers and missions,” Dolph added.
House began his career as lead engineer at the Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory. He then went onto lead commercialization of next-generation gas and steam turbine control systems at General Electric, and later, transitioned to program management at Northrop Grumman, where his team was responsible for the delivery of space qualified hardware for NASA.
“I’m eager to get started with an opportunity to engage the totality of Siemens’ portfolio, leveraging the company’s proud history of technical innovation for more than 170 years around the world, to best serve the needs of government customers here at home,” House said.
House has an MBA from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and master’s and bachelor’s degrees in engineering mechanics and engineering science from the Pennsylvania State University.