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Aurotech appoints Mike Greaney as its new Chief Executive Officer

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Aurotech appoints Mike Greaney as its new Chief Executive Officer

August 15, 2021 – Silver Spring, MD.  Aurotech appoints Mike Greaney as its new Chief Executive Officer. Mike is an executive leader with a history of growing businesses and increasing enterprise value. Mike's proven ability to develop and lead teams and organizations has been on display throughout his career. Mike currently is the Chief Executive Officer at Aurotech, the innovation leader in the data science and engineering science discipline within the federal civilian and healthcare communities. Mike's other current roles include Board of Directors and business advisory services. Mike's most recent previous role was that of Chief Executive Officer of Force 3. Under his leadership, Force 3 established itself as the Network Security Company, including a portfolio of solutions and services designed to support that vision and to support the missions of federal agencies throughout the U.S. Federal Government. The company received numerous performance awards from manufacturers and customers alike. Having spent his entire career in the technology industry, Mike has built a reputation for efficiently growing and transforming businesses while increasing enterprise value. This includes the 2016 acquisition of Force 3 as a wholly owned subsidiary of Sirius Computer Solutions. The acquisition was spearheaded by Mike and his executive team to ensure and promote Force 3’s continued growth.

Mike received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland in College Park and his master’s degree from the Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School. In addition to various manufacturer advisory boards, he has participated in several industry associations including the American Management Association and the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association. He serves as the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Sargent & Greenleaf, based in Nicholasville, KY. He is also involved in several charitable causes, including his previous role as a board member of the Children’s Cancer Foundation; Laytonsville Lions Club; several thoroughbred racing and breeding associations; and as a high school football coach.