Dr. Scott Goldstein, chief strategy and technology officer of ENSCO, will receive the Warren D. White Award for Excellence in Radar Engineering and will be inducted into the U.S. Army Hall of Fame, ENSCO announced on Wednesday.
Dr. Goldstein will receive the award from the IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society on April 24th during the 2019 Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Radar Conference in Boston. The award recognizes outstanding achievements in the art of radar engineering and Dr. Goldstein will be honored for his contributions to the design, development and deployment of multidomain radar, electronic warfare and cyber systems.
In addition, Dr. Goldstein will be inducted into the U.S. Army Hall of Fame on April 29th in Fort Benning, GA. The U.S. Army Infantry School, Officer Candidate School Hall of Fame recognizes the more than 2,000 OCS Hall of Fame inductees who have led distinguished careers after graduating from the federal OCS program.
With more than 30 years of experience of military experience across the U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force, Dr. Goldstein continues to advance technical capabilities and technology to align with the strategic needs of ENSCO’s customers. Dr. Goldstein joined ENSCO as the company’s chief strategy and technology officer in Dec. 2015.
Prior to his tenure with ENSCO, Dr. Goldstein served Dynetics as the chief technologist and manager of the Advance Missions Solutions Group. He’s held numerous senior leadership roles with QinetiQ North American, MIT Lincoln Laboratory, ManTech International and SAIC. He’s worked in the office of the Secretary of Defense and with the Joint Chiefs of Staff as well.
Dr. Goldstein is also a Brigadier General in the Air Force Reserve and serves as the mobilization assistant to the Under Secretary of the Air Force. He also currently serves as a fellow of the IEEE, a member of the IEEE Radar Systems Panel, a fellow of the Washington Academy of Sciences, a member of the AFCEA Technology Committee, the INSA Council on Technology and Innovation and is a consulting member of the Army Science board.
“Dr. Goldstein helps ENSCO develop and apply technology to important world challenges, particularly in the critical areas of electronic warfare and cyber security,” said ENSCO President Boris Nejikovsky. “I am pleased that his contributions to technology development, a distinguished military career and service to the country will be recognized and honored.”