Vice President, Joint All Domain Command and Control
Joe Sublousky serves as the vice president of SAIC’s Joint All Domain Command and Control (JADC2) business, responsible for developing and implementing strategies to position the company among defense customers.
Sublousky works across all SAIC sectors and business units to ensure coherence and synergy around capabilities for Department of Defense imperatives: digital engineering, artificial intelligence/machine learning, multi level security, networking and cloud-based on-premises DevSecOps. He provides strategic recommendations on technology investments for multi-domain joint operations.
Prior to joining SAIC, Sublousky served as global account manager at Intel, McAfee and Trellix to develop cybersecurity solutions, supporting Air Force requirements globally. Working with DOD executive leaders, he empowered his customers to instantly analyze threat data, predict actions and prevent attacks with trusted security solutions.
Sublousky is a combat veteran whose Air Force career spanned 28 years. He commanded several C2 units across operations, communications and cyber domains.
He received his bachelor of science in geography from Southwest Texas State University and Master of Business Administration from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University.
In his free time, Sublousky enjoys barbecuing and smoking meat, fishing and spending time with his son, daughter and grandchildren. He currently resides in Tampa, Fla. with his wife and their dog and cat.