Lawrence J. Delaney

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Dr. Lawrence J. Delaney served as the Acting Secretary of the U.S. Air Force during the first few months of the George W. Bush administration.[1]

He has also been the "Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition, as well as the Air Force's Service Acquisition Executive - responsible for all Air Force research, development, and acquisition activities."[2]

He is a former Executive Vice President of Titan Corporation and president of its Advanced Systems Development sector.

"Earlier in his career, Delaney was managing partner, member of the board of directors, and director, Washington Operations of Montgomery & Associates. He also served as a group senior vice president at SAIC, as well as a deputy sector manager of the SAIC Military Sciences/Information Systems Sector. Delaney has directed programs for the Chief of Naval Operations, the Defense Nuclear Agency and the U.S. Army." [3]


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  1. United States Secretary of the Air Force. Wikipedia. Retrieved on 2010-03-22. “Lawrence J. Delaney (acting); January 21, 2001 – May 31, 2001; George W. Bush”
  2. About Us - Leadership Team. Engility. Retrieved on 2010-03-22. “. Dr. Delaney served as the Acting Secretary of the U.S. Air Force, the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition, as well as the Air Force's Service Acquisition Executive - responsible for all Air Force research, development, and acquisition activities.”
  3. Delaney Of Potomac Receives Clarkson University's Top Alumni Honor. Clarkson University (2007-07-14). Retrieved on 2010-03-22.

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