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Erwin Bieber

Erwin Bieber is president of BAE Systems' Platforms & Services sector.

Erwin BieberErwin Bieber is president of the BAE Systems, Inc. Platforms & Services sector, which includes the company’s U.S. and international military vehicle and weapon systems businesses, its ship repair organization, its protection systems business and its munitions site management business. Headquartered in Arlington, Va., Platforms & Services is one of three sectors in BAE Systems, Inc. The sector employs more than 11,000 people around the world with major operations in Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States.

Until recently, Bieber served as president of Land & Armaments, the company’s military vehicle and weapon systems business, which subsequently merged with various parts of its Supports Solutions sector to create the new Platforms & Services sector. Previously, he was vice president of Business Operations for the BAE Systems, Inc. Intelligence & Security sector, which is headquartered in Arlington, Va., and serves the needs of the U.S. intelligence, defense, civilian, and homeland security markets by providing innovative network solutions and mission enabling information technology, analysis, and full lifecycle support. Bieber also served in multiple interim leadership roles, to include program team lead for the implementation and rollout of the BAE Systems, Inc. Shared Services operations in Charlotte, N.C., as well as the acting Intelligence & Security sector president following his predecessor’s retirement.

Throughout his career, Bieber has held a variety of operations, engineering, business development, and program management positions. Prior to joining the Intelligence & Security sector leadership team, he served as president of Network Systems, vice president of Engineering for the legacy BAE Systems, Inc. Electronics & Integrated Solutions operating group, and also as vice president of Engineering for the Communication, Navigation, Identification & Reconnaissance business unit.

Bieber joined the Singer Company in 1985, which was later acquired by GEC-Marconi, and then became part of BAE Systems through the 1999 merger. Earlier in his career, he held engineering positions with Sperry Strategic Systems and the United States Navy.

Bieber holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Pratt Institute. He and his wife, Jody, have two daughters.