LINTHICUM, Md. — Federal Data Systems (FedData) announced the appointment of Charles Spaulding as a senior executive. Mr. Spaulding recently retired from the National Security Agency (NSA), where he served as Technical Director of the Systems Engineering and Architecture division.
Mr. Spaulding comes to FedData with over 30 years of experience in the intelligence community. He has a special focus on Signals Intelligence missions and worked over seven years as a Senior Executive for the NSA.
“Charlie’s extensive work in mission outcomes, customer engagement, and product delivery will be a great boon to our team,” said Jamie Benoit, president of FedData. “Throughout his career, he’s played an integral role collaborating with software managers and integration teams to ensure timely execution of new technologies. We are thrilled to have him aboard to streamline and enhance our work within the intelligence, technology, and security sectors.”
About Federal Data Systems
Federal Data Systems (FedData) is a leading provider of information technology products and services to government and commercial markets. Founded in 2006, FedData specializes in the design, delivery, implementation and monitoring of automated systems with a corporate emphasis on infrastructure design, data security, incident response, continuity of operations, and information assurance. Through several prime contracts with the United States Intelligence Community, FedData provides design and implementation of sophisticated IT networks for systems of national importance.
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