ERIE, PA, April 1, 2020 - Federal Resources Corporation, a mission-focused technology and services aggregator today announced that it has appointed Scott Montgomery to the role of Chief Technology Officer. Montgomery will fulfill this newly created role to help drive innovation and successful outcomes for FRC and its mission partners in the US federal government.
Over a more than 20 year career, Montgomery has designed, built, tested, and implemented dozens of information security products and solutions where the intent was to be federal-ready even in the most challenging certification and accreditation environments such as the Department of Defense or the intelligence community. Montgomery also brought federal software development and testing practices to not only his past companies, but also consulted dozens of companies on their own best practices to ensure 'federal ready' products and services. Montgomery last served at Chief Technical Strategist at McAfee, LLC.
"Industry is simply not doing enough to simplify the process of identification of a mission problem or opportunity, through the difficult processes of acquisition and accreditation, and finally into deployment. I like the FRC approach of partnering and simplifying each phase of the mission success lifecycle."
Jeremy Young, CEO of FRC echoed Montgomery's sentiment: "Scott brings a very unique blend of information security and privacy expertise along with a relentless focus on solving the most complex challenges facing federal missions today. His ideas, products and processes have improved federal organizations for more than 20 years. We're thrilled to have him in the FRC family."