General Dynamics Information Technology has appointed Robert Morse as a senior solutions architect to oversee IT services delivery to support the federal judiciary’s mission needs.
“Bob has extensive expertise developing innovative software products, applications and service offerings for various federal agencies,” said John Ludecke, vice president and general manager for federal civilian agencies at GDIT.
Morse has more than 30 years of federal experience leading IT organizations in the executive and judicial branches. Before leaving government, he was the director of the Office of IT Services Management at the National Institutes of Health, providing strategic direction and operational oversight for IT services.
Morse also held several senior leadership roles at the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, including serving as the executive in charge of the federal judiciary’s cloud computing program. There, he oversaw the development and implementation of a judiciarywide private cloud and shared virtual desktop infrastructure.
Morse was the program manager of the Operations and Actuarial Systems Division at the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp., and the statistician on the consumer price index program at the Bureau of Labor Statistics. His career began as an active-duty officer in the U.S. Navy in the nuclear power program.
“His technical and business management skills will be critical in providing better, faster and more efficient IT services to the judiciary,” Ludecke said.