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Ted J. Glum

Ted J. Glum is the former Director of the U.S. Defense Microelectronics Activity (DMEA) where he served for over 20 years.  As the Director, Mr. Glum was responsible for over $2 Billion of microelectronics technology programs in addition to numerous classified programs for the Department of Defense (DoD) and Intelligence Community. Mr. Glum is currently serving as a consultant for microelectronics technology issues and is a member of the Board of Directors for the Potomac Institute of Policy Studies. DMEA provides a vital service to acquisition programs and operational fielded systems including field modification, upgrade, transition and support; and advancing microelectronics research, development, technologies, and applications to achieve the Department’s tactical, strategic and national security objectives. DMEA capabilities include a one-of-a-kind flexible foundry which enables DMEA to provide critical parts for intelligence, special operations, and combat missions as well as providing parts that are unobtainable in the commercial market.