As President of SecTimA Technologies, Larry brings extensive military and corporate aerospace experience. He has held senior positions in Engineering Project Management, Operations Management, Aircraft Maintenance, Flight Test, Reliability/Maintainability Analysis and Integrated Logistics Support. Larry’s excellent speaking and writing skills complement his abilities to lead and motivate people in complex interdisciplinary management teams.
With experience on both Aerospace and Naval programs, Larry has been involved in the successful capture of DND and DoD maintenance and acquisition contracts. With specialties in project management and integrated logistics support, he can lead or provide senior level support to proposal teams, working through the entire process from initial capture planning to final proposal delivery, as well as assisting in the initial program start-up following contract award.
Throughout a varied military career spanning 28 years, Larry held senior management positions at National Defence Headquarters undertaking the procurement of aircraft and support equipment and services. In addition, he held senior officer positions in aircraft flight test and maintenance development, working with interdisciplinary engineering teams, in a demanding multi-project work environment.
Since leaving the military, Larry has worked for several aerospace companies including SPAR Aerospace, Northrop Grumman, IMP Aerospace, AcroHelipro Global Services, Calian and L-3 Communications - Electronic Systems. This corporate experience has allowed him to experience hands on operations and project management, as well as business development and proposal management. This experience included the implementation of innovative Performance Based Contracts and providing consultant services to $B+ procurement initiatives.
Larry has an engineering degree from the Royal Military College of Canada and a Masters of Science in Mechanical (Reliability) Engineering from the University of Arizona. He is a member of the Professional Engineers of Ontario, the Society of Reliability Engineers (Ottawa Chapter) and has national security clearances through the Canadian Industrial Security Directorate and is a Consultant Lobbyist with the Lobbyist Act of Canada.
As part of a continuing professional development program, he has also completed the Executive Marketing Program at Queen’s University School of Business and the Performance Based Contracting Course given by the Defense Acquisition University (Washington D.C.).
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