Sigma Defense Systems, a provider of engineering, system integration, program management and logistical solutions, has added Deborah Dunie to its board of directors.
“Deb’s expertise in analyzing state-of-the-art technologies and her experience with integrating, building, and maturing rapidly growing platforms will be a very significant asset as we execute our go-forward plan,” said Sigma President Matt Jones.
Dunie currently serves on the board of directors of Axient and Peraton, and previously was executive vice president and chief technology officer of CACI International.
Prior to CACI, she served within the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence as director of plans and analysis in the office of the deputy under secretary for counterintelligence and security.
In addition, Dunie served as director of the business transformation office at the National Imagery and Mapping Agency (now known as the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency).
“Deb brings over three decades of expertise gained through her extensive career with the Department of Defense and private industry, and is an outstanding addition to the Sigma Defense board,” said Sigma CEO John Wilcox.