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Adam Goldman began his  defense industry career working on the U.S. Army’s largest training and simulation program, Warfighter FOCUS, where he was the lead Subcontract Manager at Raytheon Technical Solutions (the single prime contractor) for the program’s core teammates, handling over $300 million in contract value. He also served as the local chairman of the Raytheon Veterans employee network.

Following that he was the negotiator for all production supplier subcontract terms and conditions on the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program at Lockheed Martin, handling over $1.4 billion in contract value. He served on the Lockheed Martin Corporate Terms and Conditions Council led by the Legal Dept. and was a member on the Lockheed Martin Conflict Minerals Compliance Working Group.

Since 2016, he have been the lead Subcontract Manager for Navy program pursuits in support of Business Development at Science Applications International Corp. He has supported other customer groups at SAIC as well, including Intelligence and Federal/Civilian agency programs.

He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science at the State University of New York at Geneseo and a Juris Doctor degree at Stetson University College of Law. He resides in the Central Florida area and serves as President of the National Contract Management Association Mid-Florida Chapter, Board of Advisors member to the James Madison Institute (also serving as a former adjunct scholar), Board of Advisors to Step Up for Students (which administers scholarships to over 100,000 children in Florida), and Board of Advisors to the Children’s Movement of Florida.

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