An integrated digital approach is critical in today’s rapidly evolving threat environment. We’ll share examples of how to stay ahead of the rapid pace of technology change, and how integrated digital capabilities are being used to ensure that the U.S. maintains a decisive advantage against our adversaries.
As vice president of Digital Engineering & Competitive Design, Griebel has executive responsibility in leading the team to establish a scalable, model based enterprise with integrated digital environment capabilities to ensure current and future program execution through innovative affordability while also supporting the growth of the businesses and expanding the impact to the customers’ missions. Griebel has widespread digital transformation experience of enabling rapid deployment of software and hardware capabilities to the warfighter. Most recently, he served as director of engineering for Marine Systems in Sunnyvale, Calif. where he oversaw the integration of model based methodologies while having responsibility for the engineering workforce and processes. Prior to his recent role, he served as a director in the Navigation, Targeting and Survivability Division supporting a variety of integrated avionics programs and strategic initiatives. Prior to that, Griebel spent 14 years in Baltimore, supporting a variety of programs and technologies. Griebel earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from The Pennsylvania State University graduating with distinction and a master’s degree in applied physics from Johns Hopkins University.