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J. Randall Good Joins SRI International as Program Development Director, DARPA and Intelligence  
8/31/2012 8:48:44 AM

MENLO PARK, Calif., Aug. 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- J. Randall Good, Ph.D., has joined SRI International as program development director, DARPA and Intelligence.

In this new role, he will expand SRI's relationship with key clients and develop programs that serve critical security and technical needs.

"Dr. Good has outstanding credentials, having been in key management and staff positions in companies working in the government sector," said Jerry Harrison, vice president and general manager of Government Business Development at SRI International. "His broad technical background and excellent customer knowledge will be an asset to SRI as we serve the evolving security and defense needs of our clients."

Prior to joining SRI, Good served as director, Science & Technology Programs at ENSCO, Inc., where he was responsible for the integration of technical solutions into client programs, developing future technology visions for the company, and capturing new business opportunities.

Earlier, he was division director, Intelligence and Advanced Technology, at Noblis, where he focused on the development and implementation of concept-to-prototype R&D capabilities for the intelligence community. His experience also includes the Institute for Defense Analyses, where he directed research and studies to support technical, programmatic, and policy issues in the defense, national security, and intelligence communities.

Good earned his Ph.D. at the Baylor College of Medicine and his B.S. at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. His additional training includes the Sherman Kent School for Intelligence Analysis, the Army Institute for Professional Development, Government Affairs Institute Georgetown University, Defense Systems Management College, and Shipley Associates programs.

He is a Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Seminar XXI Fellow Class of 2004-05, and has served on numerous government committees and working groups, including Chair of the Infectious Disease Informatics Working Group (IDIWG); National Biodefense Assessment and Countermeasures Center (NBACC) Scientific Advisory Group; Department of Homeland Security, 2003-2006; and U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) Future Concepts Working Group (FCWG).

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