Senior Director, General Dynamics
Malcolm Green joined the GDIT team in 2014 following a long and successful career in NATO. A proven leader, he has in excess of twenty-five years’ experience in the scientific research, design and acquisition of Communication and Information systems (CIS) and later, in the full Life Cycle of C4ISR solutions.
He was instrumental in defining and executing a number of key strategy changing programs for the Alliance not least the SATCOM Program that transitioned NATO from owning and operating its own constellation to collaborating and joining national MILSATCOM programs following an inter governmental completion. He was also instrumental and won political support for defining ICT solutions to support the NATO Afghanistan mission leading to outsourcing of ISAF Mission Communications Information Services (CIS) together totalling a combined program value of $1.8bn.
In his last assignment with NATO he led a large team of 150 scientific research and engineering staff designing, acquiring and implementing NATO’s Joint Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance capabilities, a focal program under NATO’s strategic vision.
He takes pride in many of his career achievements but none more so than the Afghan Mission Network - AMN. Rapidly winning NATO financial authorization, he built a team that comprised NATO, US CENTCOM and industry partners and personally deployed to Kabul for six months to lead and direct the implementation embedding himself in General McChrystal command group. The Afghan Mission Network was a total success and drastically reduced “Blue-on-Blue” fratricide incidents. He was awarded commendations and the NATO Medal. Today the AMN is the architectural foundation of the NATO Federated Mission Network and the DoD Mission Partner Environment.
Now taking a leading role on GDIT’s international business development he combines sound engineering skills with significant experience of working internationally in multi cultural environments to understand and support customer and partner mission needs.