Michael J. Alber
Mike Alber brings over 35 years of progressive business and financial management experience with technology-based companies, providing products and services to the Federal Government and commercial marketplace. He currently serves as Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer of KeyW.
Mr. Alber is responsible for the direction and success of all KeyW financial, accounting, planning and treasury functions.
Before coming to KeyW, Mr. Alber was the Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer to Engility Corporation. In this role Mr. Alber was responsible for the successful spinout of the government services portfolio from L3 Corporation. He was responsible for all pre-IPO financing efforts, and the creation of a corporate financial structure. During his tenure he led the financing strategy and diligence efforts for two major acquisitions (Dynamic Research Corporation) NYSE: DRCO and TASC.
Before Engility, Mr. Alber was the Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer/ Treasurer at Alion Science and Technology. He was responsible for the preparation and execution the company’s capital restructuring efforts in 2010, implementation of new financial planning processes and tools, enhancement of compliance programs, and development of new business process improvement initiatives for greater efficiency, and effectiveness.
Prior to joining Alion, Mr. Alber served as Senior Vice President and Group Controller at Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) where he was responsible for the financial and administrative oversight of the IT & Network Solutions Group comprising three business units with over 9,300 employees, spread out over 20 international and domestic locations and with annual revenues over $1.5 billion.
Earlier in Mr. Alber’s career, he held senior finance and contract related positions with Network Solutions Inc.; GeoTrans Inc. and System Development Corporation (SDC).
Mr. Alber received his Bachelor of Science degree from George Mason University in Business Administration with a concentration in finance and recently completed an Advance Management Program (AMP) at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business.