WILLIAM J. DELANY
Bill Delany is Sector Vice President of SAIC Information Services (SAIC IS), a leading provider of IT solutions to government and commercial customers. Delany became Sector Vice President upon SAIC's purchase of Boeing Information Services, a subsidiary of the Boeing Company. Previously, Delany was president of Boeing Information Services and a vice president of the Boeing Company. SAIC is a Fortune 500 company that ranks as the largest employee-owned research and engineering firm in the nation.
SAIC Information Services areas of expertise include network services, network operations, professional services, outsourcing, and web technology. With headquarters in Vienna, Virginia, SAIC Information Services has program operations across the nation.
Previously, Delany was V-22 production program manager for the Boeing Defense & Space Group Rotorcraft Sector in Philadelphia. He was responsible for directing day-to-day activities required to design and produce the V-22 tiltrotor aircraft from January 1996 to June 1997.
Before this assignment, he served as V-22 deputy program manager from March 1995 to December 1995. During this special assignment, he was responsible for planning, engineering, fabrication and production activities required to successfully deliver the first Engineering Manufacturing Design (EMD) V-22 aircraft to Boeing partner Bell Textron.
Earlier, Delany was the Information Management Systems director at the division from June 1992 to February 1995. He was responsible for strategic planning; customer, employee and vendor relations; and computing direction and control.
Previous positions Delany has held include general manager of the Boeing Helicopters Division Computing Services organization. Within information technology, Delany has managed the business/production/scientific systems, program management, operations, advanced technology, customer service, systems software, quality, production control, facilities, network, finance, business management, purchasing and account management functional organizations.
Delany serves on the Board of Directors of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) and is on the Membership Committee; the Board of Directors of the Information Technology Association of America (ITAA); and is on the Board of Directors of the Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC). He also serves on the Board of Advisors for SOLE - The International Society of Logistics.
He has served on the Philadelphia Police Department Systems Strategy Committee, the Penn State Advisory Board and as a Boeing Management Association executive advisor. He has also served as chairman of the Boeing Employee Good Neighbor Fund for the Boeing Helicopters Division and he is a member of the American Helicopter Society.
Delany earned a bachelor of science degree in management at Widener University in Pennsylvania. He also attended a Boeing senior executive program at the University of Virginia.