Randall Sweeney Chief Contracting Officer

Randall Sweeney is a highly accomplished leader with a wealth of experience in government contracting and public administration.

Randall Sweeney is a highly accomplished leader with a wealth of experience in government contracting and public administration.

As the Chief Contracting Officer at NOBLE, he is responsible for negotiating and administering all government contracts, ensuring all legal and quality compliance requirements are met, and managing Congressional Affairs for the Company. With over twenty years of government service under his belt, Randall brings valuable insights and expertise to his role at NOBLE.

Throughout his career, Randall has achieved numerous accolades and accomplishments. He was nominated for the Senior Executive Service (SES) and appointed by the Secretary of the Army as a Member of the U.S. Army Science Board. He has received commendations from the Secretary of Defense and the Department of the Army, as well as formal proclamations from the Ohio Senate and the Ohio House of Representatives. In addition to his government service, Randall has also served as a member of the Board of Directors for both publicly traded and privately held companies.

Randall holds a Master of Public Administration from Ohio State University. He joined NOBLE in 2010 at the beginning of the company's rapid growth and has played a crucial role in driving the company's success. With his extensive background in government contracting and public administration, Randall is a valuable asset to the NOBLE team.

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Tom Noble

Chief Executive Officer

Jay Basnight

Chief Marketing Officer

Pamela Daskalakis

Chief Supply Chain Officer

Vincent L Griffith

Chief Growth Officer & EVP Global Programs

Tom House

Chief Technology Officer

Rob Masson

Chief Financial Officer

Jay Reckard

CSO & EVP of CBRNE Defense

Randall Sweeney

Chief Contracting Officer

Barbara Tyrrell

Chief Capture & Proposal Officer

Stacy Williamson

Chief People Officer