Business Development VP
SGT Names Michael House VP of BD
Siemens Government Technologies has announced the appointment of Michael House, a seasoned business builder, to the role of vice president of business development.
He is now responsible for leading SGT's business capture planning, development and proposal operations in support of the company's delivery of government solutions, SGT announced.
“Mike’s experience working with customers to understand their challenges first, before advancing a specific technology or product, has earned him the essential trust needed to be a true solution partner,” said CEO and President Tina Dolph, a Potomac Officers Club member and a two-time Wash100 awardee.
House brought into his new role over 25 years of experience in technical, program and business development roles.
He most recently led AECOM's energy consulting services business in the Americas. In the said role, House led successful capture efforts and scored multiple major indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts.
AECOM also credits him with winning deals with ceiling values of about $15B and with securing multiple master service agreements with utilities.
House also held engineering, commercialization and program management roles at the Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory, General Electric and Northrop Grumman.
“I’m eager to get started with an opportunity to engage the totality of Siemens’ portfolio, leveraging the company’s proud history of technical innovation for more than 170 years around the world, to best serve the needs of government customers here at home,” House said.
House earned a master's degree in business administration from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and master's and bachelor's degrees in engineering mechanics and engineering science, respectively, from Pennsylvania State University.
SGT is an integrator of Siemens products, technologies, software and services for U.S. government customers in the sectors for energy generation, smart infrastructure modernization and software-based optimization.
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