Joe Logue

Chief Executive Officer, Two Six Technologies

Mr. Joseph Logue, known as Joe, is the Chief Executive Office of Two Six Technologies, which provides R&D, innovation, and expertise in cyber, information operations, data science, electronic systems, mobility and user experience to customers including DARPA, Department of State, U.S. Cyber Command, Department of Homeland Security, and more.

Logue previously served as Executive Vice President of the Defense and Intelligence Group at Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. He joined Booz Allen Hamilton in 1997 and, during his career there, also led Booz Allen Hamilton's commercial Information Technology practice, U.S. Navy and Marine Corps business, defense systems unit and Army IT business, as well as two major campaigns in outsourcing advisory services (government and commercial) and systems-driven transformation (commercial markets). His key functional expertise is concentrated in large-scale transformation programs in both the government and commercial sectors, including IT transformation programs in defense, oil and gas, consumer media and transportation markets. He has broad experience in Global process optimization and enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementation, including lean process optimization, special access program (SAP) configurations, governance, change management and organization rationalization System design, development and implementation services focused on ROI for major capital and operational expenditure programs. Before joining Booz Allen in 1997, he was the owner of a systems integration firm focused on design, development and implementation of systems technology to increase capability and reduce life cycle costs of major programs.

He also served as an adjunct professor at Johns Hopkins University and the University of Maryland, where he taught technology management and strategic business management, and he currently teaches a course in Engineering Business Fundamentals at Catholic University. He earned a B.S. degree in electrical engineering from Catholic University and an M.S. degree in technology management from the University of Maryland.