Dr. Lawrence Delaney
Dr. Lawrence Delaney is a senior executive specializing in space and missile systems, information systems, propulsion systems and environmental technology.
In 2005 he retired from his position as Vice President of Special Programs from L-3 Communications.
Previously he held the position of Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer and President and CEO of the Advanced Systems Development Sector of the Titan Corporation, which was acquired by L-3 in 2005.
Dr. Delaney was Chairman of the Board, CEO and President of Areté Associates from 2001-2003.
He was Assistant Secretary of the Air Force (Acquisition) and Chief Information Officer from May 1999 to January 2001.
From January 20, 2001 until June 1, 2001, Dr. Delaney held the position of Acting Secretary of the Air Force and then Acting Undersecretary until July 31, 2001.
Dr. Delaney has appeared numerous times before Congressional Committee Hearings and he received the Outstanding Civilian Service Medal for his work on the Army Science Board (1981-1988).
In 2001, he
was awarded the Secretary of Defense Medal for Outstanding Public Service and the Department of the Air Force Decoration for Exceptional Civilian Service
Dr. Delaney recently served as Chairman of the National Academies (NAS) Air Force Studies Board, as a member of the NAS Special Operations Command (SOCOM) Acquisition Committee and as Vice Chairman of the Army Science Board.
chaired the NAS SOCOM study on Universal RF Systems
and co-chaired the NAS study on "Capability Planning and Analysis to Optimize Air Force ISR Investments.
is currently a member of the NAS
Standing Committee for Science and Technology, Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
Dr. Delaney is Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Clarkson University.
He serves as a Board Member on several high technology companies, and has authored numerous articles in research and engineering journals.
Dr. Delaney received his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania and a BChE and MChE from Clarkson University.
Lawrence Delaney, Board Member