Larry Solliday

Dr. Solliday serves as NSTXL’s Chief Security Officer and is responsible for establishing and maintaining organizational and programmatic procedures, standards, policies, and practices to protect the privacy and integrity of both classified and controlled unclassified information and data. This includes ensuring and managing organizational and programmatic compliance with all applicable security and system security regulations, standards, policies, and practices. Additionally, as a member of NSTXL’s senior management team, Dr. Solliday leads organizational and programmatic efforts to identify, generate, vet, and develop potential opportunities in support of NSTXL’s assisted acquisition and other transactions portfolio. This includes fostering and maintaining good working relationships with new and existing customers and requiring activities to enhance and improve client retention and relationships. Dr. Solliday is a recognized subject matter expert in the identification, development, prototyping, assessment, and transition of innovative technologies to enhance current and future operational capabilities. His efforts have led to the rapid and deliberate identification, demonstration, assessment, transition or transfer, and sustainment of numerous innovative concepts and emerging and enabling technologies supporting urgent and recurring U.S. Department of Defense and Department of Homeland Security operational needs and requirements. He has spent time in both the Federal service and private industry, and retired from the United States Air Force. During his 20 years in public civil service, he held positions in the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the United States Air Force, the General Services Administration, and the United States Navy as a Project Manager, Test Manager, Business Manager and Contracting Officer, and Program Manager respectively. Dr. Solliday completed his doctor of management studies at Colorado Technical University conducting research that explored best practices to improve the transition of emerging technologies. He holds a Master of Public Administration degree and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Southern Illinois University.