DSA Names Gibson Le Boeuf to Federal Advisory Board of Directors

DSA Names Gibson Le Boeuf to Federal Advisory Board of Directors
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Data Systems Analysts (DSA) has appointed Gibson Le Boeuf to the company’s Federal Advisory Board of Directors (FAB), DSA reported on Monday. Le Boeuf currently serves as president of GGL International, where he provides consulting services to domestic and international governments, private industry and academia on defense related matters. 

Le Boeuf has more than 34 years' experience in marine, naval architecture and mechanical engineering disciplines, including acquisition of major complex weapons systems. He is a former member of the Senior Executive Service (SES), where he served in the Department of the Navy for more than three decades, before coming to the private sector. 

He previously served as vice president of Washington Relations at Raytheon International. With the company, Le Boeuf supervised Raytheon International Business Development. He was also the senior lead interface with the Department of Defense (DoD), State, Commerce and Congress officials.

Prior to joining Raytheon, Le Boeuf served with the Department of the Navy, where he was the executive director of Navy International Programs. With the service branch, he was responsible for developing, planning and implementing the department’s International Programs, and managed a portfolio of more than $56 billion.

Before serving as executive director,  Le Boeuf was the Navy chair at the Defense Systems Management College, where he was a professor of Program Management lecturing on acquisition policies, practices and trends within the Department of the Navy.

During the 102nd Congress, Le Boeuf was on the staff of the Hon. Malcolm Wallop, U.S. Senate, where he was a senior legislative fellow. In the role, he provided defense policy guidance within the Senate Armed Services Committee, focused on defense-related issues. 

Prior to that, he served as a division director in the Strategic Systems Program Office, where he was responsible for budgeting, contracting, technical and program management functions for the U.S. and U.K. programs. He also directed and reviewed ship designs for Fleet Ballistic Missile/Strategic Weapons Systems applications.

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