Irvine, Calif. (PRWEB) February 7, 2008
Supplier Excellence Alliance (SEA) Board Chairman, Michael G. Beason, announced the election of Albert S. Moran, Jr., Vice President, Strategic Supply Chain Initiatives for DRS Technologies to the SEA Board of Directors.
DRS Technologies, headquartered in Parsippany, New Jersey, is a leading supplier of products, systems and support services to U.S. and international military forces, U.S. government agencies and fellow defense contractors worldwide. The company employs approximately 9,500 people worldwide.
Mr. Moran has 24 years of experience enhancing and leading business services, supply chain, and logistical operations. During the past five years, under Mr. Moran's leadership, the DRS Supply Chain Executive Council has streamlined the integration and collaboration of supply chain efforts through the corporation.
Prior to joining DRS, Mr. Moran has held executive positions in the defense and commercial electronics industries. Mr. Moran holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from St. Thomas Aquinas College in Sparkhill, New York.
SEA is a non-profit alliance of leading industry prime and tier-one contractors and sub-tier production suppliers. SEA is transforming the global supply chain by improving supplier performance, and expanding capabilities and collaboration to produce breakthrough, integrated supply chain solutions.
SEA member companies represented on its board of directors include The Boeing Company, Lockheed Martin Corporation, Northrop Grumman Corporation, United Technologies, Inc, Parker Aerospace, Rockwell Collins, Cessna Aircraft Company, Honeywell Aerospace, Hitco Carbon Composites, Dresser-Rand, Roberts Tool Company, Cristek Interconnects, Photo Etch Company, Bodycote Thermal Processing, and DRS Technologies.
SEA sponsors include Mori Seiki and Avchem.
SEA partners and alliances include Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME), International Aerospace Quality Group (IAQG), California Council for Excellence, California Employment Training Panel, California Space Authority, UAW-Labor Employment and Training Corporation, CONNSTEP, Inc., Alliance for Manufacturing & Technology (AM&T), ASG Renaissance, and Net-Inspect.
To learn more about SEA, visit the SEA website at http://www.seaonline.org.