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Dan Goodrich

C4ISR Sector Lead

Retired US Air Force Brigadier General with expertise in the Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance arena and, an in depth knowledge of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle operations.  He spent the major portion of his career as a pilot where he commanded at all levels in the Air Force.  Following his military career, Dan had a successful career as a Business strategist and developer for two large DOD contractors.  He can quickly match the capabilities of ITG Global to  needs of the customer using his military and business backgrounds.


  • Director, Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C41SR) Integration, United States Air Force. Responsible for integrating systems across the Air Forces’s $11B C41SR portfolio. Led integration efforts (specifically air operations center and battle management C2) that increased combat power through increased information flow.


  • Deputy Director, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance, United States Air Force. Programmed and employed ISR assets and interfaced with Congressional, Office of Secretary of Defense, and Joint staffs to ensure war fighting requirements were met.  Following the 9/11 attack worked key Air and Space programs ensuring Space and Intel staffs worked together to provide capability to the war fighter. Key leader of Predator and Global Hawk concept of operations in Global War on Terrorism.


  • Commander, 47th F1ying Training Wing, Laughlin AFB, TX. Led organization responsible for graduating over 400 pilots (US and Foreign) annually. Oversaw operation that flew 115,000 hours annually with operating budget of $140 M.


  • Previous work assignments include:  Executive Assistant to Supreme Allied Commander/Europe, Pilot/Instructor pilot KC135/A/R with over 3500 hours. Commanded KC‑135 Group (managed $130M annual budget and over $200M in assets).



  • Vice President – SAIC (Leidos) Senior Capture Manager. Led $500M+ capture in new area for SAIC-counter narcotics/terrorism and created business alliances that will allow move into new business area. Was able to work within corporate swim lanes to promote a level of internal collaboration that resulted in the best SAIC team available. Concurrently responsible for business development in ISR arena.


  • Vice President -- SAIC (Leidos) Business Development. Responsible for the development of strategic business development plan to increase Air Force C2/C4 business.  Oversaw pipeline activities that grew pipeline 300% in two years with emphasis on NATO and AF C2 business. Developed  reports that provided much needed structure to business development and were instrumental in providing needed information to decision makers.


  • Senior Director, BAE Systems, Inc- Air Force IT Operations. Lead for BAE Systems winning Capture effort for $12B ID/IQ contract vehicle. This effort required the integration of diverse assets across the $11B company. Responsible for all operations across a $35M AF budget.



  • MS Operations Management, University of Arkansas 1983

  • BS Behavioral Sciences, United States Air Force Academy, 1974

  • Executive Program for US / Russian General Officers, JFK School for    Government, Harvard 



  • Top Secret

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