December 11, 2020
McLean, Va. – Booz Allen Hamilton is pleased to welcome Rear Adm. Moises DelToro III (Retired), former commander of the Naval Undersea Warfare Center and Submarine Force chief technology officer to support its Navy Marine Corps (NMC) business and drive growth with Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA).
Prior to joining the firm, DelToro spent more than 30 years in the U.S. Navy, serving most recently first as deputy commander and then as commander of the Naval Undersea Warfare Center for 4 years. In that capacity, he led the Navy’s engineering center for submarine warfare systems, responsible for more than 5,000 personnel and $1.6 billion in research, development, testing, and evaluation. He served concurrently as the Submarine Force chief technology officer, driving the transition of leading-edge technologies from government and industry sources into submarine and undersea acquisition programs. Among his key achievements was overseeing the development of the U.S. Navy’s first anti-torpedo torpedo defensive system.
“For 80 years, Booz Allen has been dedicated to serving the U.S. Navy,” said Dottie Simeona, senior vice president and head of Booz Allen’s Air and Sea subaccounts on the NMC team. “We’re excited to have Moises join our firm to continue to grow our relationship with the Navy, especially within the vital operations of NAVSEA and the submarine community. Moises’ rich experience is invaluable in integrating with our clients, to deliver passionate service and next-generation technology.”
As a principal within the firm’s NMC account, DelToro will oversee and provide program management and implementation services supporting the NAVSEA subaccount, maintaining responsibility for achieving goals of capture responsibility to grow and expand the business. DelToro will define, shape, and lead key proposal efforts, performing as an industry expert and prime consultant. Drawing on his years of experience in NAVSEA, he will be entrusted as a representative and spokesperson for the firm on highly significant matters relating to policies, programs, capabilities, and long-range goals and objectives.
Joining Booz Allen was an easy decision to make for DelToro, who identified immediately with the firm’s fierce commitment to supporting the warfighter. “In today’s uncertain and often-dangerous times, the vital importance of the undersea warfare domain, and the role played by the U.S. Navy’s submarine force as part of U.S. nuclear deterrence triad cannot be overlooked. I look forward to connecting NAVSEA and the nation’s seamen with the best solutions industry has to offer.”
DelToro was commissioned via the University of Utah Navy ROTC program with a B.S. in mechanical engineering. Over the course of a distinguished naval career, DelToro held senior positions both at sea and ashore. During his tenure as commander of the U.S.S. Rhode Island, the ship was awarded two Battle Efficiency Awards for operational excellence and three Commander-in-Chief, Atlantic Fleet Retention Excellence Awards. He later served as the program manager for Undersea Defensive Warfare Systems, earning the program a Secretary of the Navy Excellence in Acquisition Award and a Coalition for Government Procurement Excellence in Partnership Award. DelToro retired from the Navy in 2019 as a rear admiral.
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