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Stephen Lewis is the acting Head of Digital Innovation & Technology in the Chief Technology Office at the NATO Communications and Information Agency (NCI Agency) in The Hague, The Netherlands. Stephen supports the NCIA Chief Technology Officer in his role as the NCIA Technical and Design Authority and the Innovation Lead within the NCI Agency – with particular focus on Innovation. A key part of this support is the orchestration of innovation-related activities across NCIA in support of the NATO Digital Transformation, working closely with our partners in NATO, industry, academia and in national facilities.
Stephen joined CTO this summer, moving from his role as Deputy of the Joint ISR Centre where he was responsible for the oversight and delivery of the JISR Centre portfolio, programmes and full service lifecycle activities. In addition, Stephen led several capability projects and the JISR Research & Development Programme of Work with Allied Command Transformation (ACT), exploring and providing capability to the NATO JISR Community.
Prior to joining NATO in 2008, Mr. Lewis worked at the UK Royal Armaments Research & Development Establishment (RARDE, now DSTL). He went on to join the European Commission at the Joint Research Centre (JRC) in Ispra, where his duties included support to the United Nations mine clearance programme. He then worked at the Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization (DALO), in the field of radar and Theatre Ballistic Missile (TBM) Defence, finally co-chairing the NATO TBM Studies Support Group.
Mr. Lewis has an extensive background in Electronic Warfare, Radar, TBM, Research & Development in defence projects, and project & portfolio management. He received a BSc(Eng) in Electronic & Electrical Engineering from University College London in 1988.
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