Kramer promoted at SRC Inc.

Posted 8/4/19

William Kramer has been named assistant vice president, counter-UAS programs, at SRC Inc. Kramer will lead the continued development and deployment of SRC’s systems that detect and defeat hostile …

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Kramer promoted at SRC Inc.

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William Kramer has been named assistant vice president, counter-UAS programs, at SRC Inc.

Kramer will lead the continued development and deployment of SRC’s systems that detect and defeat hostile unmanned aerial threats.

He will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the business unit and interface with new and existing counter-UAS customers.

“Bill has been a big part of the success of some of SRC’s most impactful radar programs,” said Paul Tremont, CEO of SRC. “His extensive knowledge of our systems, programs and customers help SRC to continue providing innovative counter-UAS solutions that help keep our warfighters safe.

Kramer joined SRC as a senior program manager and was later promoted to business area manager. In 2011, Kramer was promoted to program director, Lightweight Counter-Mortar Radar, and was responsible for the financial performance of all programs and contracts with government, commercial and international customers.

Before joining SRC, Kramer worked for Lockheed Martin as a program manager responsible for managing Department of Defense radar and command and control systems contracts.

Kramer also held a senior manager position at RLM Systems Pty. Ltd where he was assigned to the Jindalee Operational Radar Network project.

Kramer obtained a bachelor of arts degree in mathematics from SUNY Oneonta and a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering from Syracuse University.

In addition to his academic achievements, in 2015 Kramer was awarded the Honorable Order of Santa Barbara recognition by the U.S. Army Field Artillery Association in 2015.

SRC’s Rome office at 52 Geiger Road supports the Air Force Research Laboratory Information Directorate, also known as the Rome Lab, by providing technical support, services, and research and development expertise in signals intelligence exploitation, data fusion, cybersecurity, data analytics, decision support, situation and mission awareness, and technologies that facilitate the sharing of information across multiple security domains.

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