SOURCE: Global Science & Technology, Inc.

Global Science & Technology, Inc.

January 14, 2011 12:02 ET

Global Science & Technology Hires Christopher Moren to Head Up Firm's Technical Programs

Moren Has Held Leadership and Management Positions Supporting NOAA, U.S. Navy, NASA

GREENBELT, MD--(Marketwire - January 14, 2011) - Global Science & Technology, Inc. (GST) is proud to announce the hiring of Gaithersburg resident Christopher Moren as the firm's director of technical programs. The Director of Technical Programs supports overall operations of GST's Maryland-based contracts, including serving as transition manager for new contracts as well as supporting and marketing business development activities related to NASA, National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and other government agencies.

Mr. Moren has held leadership and management positions supporting NOAA, the U.S. Navy, the Naval Research Laboratory, and NASA. Most recently, he comes to GST from Dell Services Federal Government (DSFG) (formerly Perot Systems Government Services & QSS Group, Inc.) where he provided management and leadership for the Earth and Environmental Science/NOAA programs within the Space and Earth Technology Services (SETS) sector.

"With Mr. Moren's extensive scientific and technical background and his work with NOAA, NASA, and the U.S. Navy," said GST President Chieh-san Cheng, "we are fortunate to have a person with his credentials as our Director of Technical Programs. We believe Chris can help lead GST to even greater opportunities with this current customer base while we remain true to our customer-centered approach."

Mr. Moren also has experience in meteorological research and development, scientific and technical project management, development of statements of work (SOWs) and task orders, scheduling and staffing, evaluating risk, blending staff skills with assignments, and managing fiscal and budget authorizations. Additionally, Mr. Moren was a leader in operational meteorology and was responsible and accountable for ensuring the efficient and cost-effective delivery of all observations, forecasts, and tactical applications to the Department of Defense (DoD) customer community. He has strong U.S. interdisciplinary, interdepartmental, and interagency experience and is familiar with national atmospheric science research efforts including private and public sector initiatives.

"I'm very pleased to have joined GST," Mr. Moren said. "One of the many reasons I took this position was for the opportunity to work in an atmosphere of close-knit professionals who are not only committed to delivering top-ranking services but who are committed to doing so with the utmost responsiveness and affability."

For more information, contact John Dahlia directly at (304) 657-7095 or john.dahlia@gst.com.

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