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Susan Lawrence is a leader in the firm’s Defense business. As a seasoned technology leader and retired senior military officer, she supports a variety of businesses and initiatives across the defense and security markets. These include command, control, communications, and computers (C4), intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance, enterprise information technology (IT), joint information environments, cyber, integrated mission systems, and emerging technologies.
Susan enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1972, received her commission as an officer in 1979, and retired in 2013, after attaining the rank of lieutenant general and serving as the Army’s chief information officer and G-6. Prior to that role, she served as the commanding general for the Army’s Network Enterprise Technology Command. Susan had end-to-end responsibility for Army C4 and Army enterprise IT.
Susan had scores of command and staff assignments during her Army career, mostly within the Army Signal Corps, including assignments leading network, C4, and IT functions during recent operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Susan received her commission from Campbell University, North Carolina. She holds an M.S. in information systems management from the University of Georgia, and is a graduate of the Army War College and the Army Signal School.
Profile updated February 2014.