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Ruth T. Buys

Vice President

QinetiQ North American/Mission Solutions Group Process and Quality Management
(703) 667-7921

Ph D Drexel University, Information Science and Technology
MBA George Washington University, Information Systems Technology
BA, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill


Ruth is responsible for organizational training and for implementation and quality of the technical management, software development and service management processes for the Mission Solutions Group in QinetiQ North America. She has been with QinetiQ-NA and its legacy company, 3H Technology, for 5 years working on programs resulting in ISO, CMMI and ITIL credentials for several MSG business units. Prior to her experience with QinetiQ-NA, she held  similar responsibilities for CMS Information Services which was acquired by CACI in 2004. Other professional work includes 4 years as an Associate Research Professor at George Mason University where she taught undergraduate and graduate courses in software and systems engineering. Prior to GMU, she held staff and management positions in systems and software engineering in several for-profit and not-for-profit companies including MITRE and Booz, Allen and Hamilton.

QinetiQ North America

QinetiQ North America delivers world-class technology and responsive solutions to government agencies and commercial customers for many of their most urgent and complex challenges. QinetiQ North America is an independent, innovative technology provider operating with small company speed and agility while leveraging significant global resources. More than 6,400 QinetiQ North America engineers, scientists and other professionals have the mission knowledge and proven, reliable performance to meet the rapidly changing demands of national defense, homeland security and information assurance customers. QinetiQ North America is part of QinetiQ Group PLC, one of the world’s leading defense and security technology companies.


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