Keith Cooperman Joins Millennium Corporation as New Vice President of Business Development


Keith brings over 20 years of experience in federal contracting and entrepreneurial ventures. Prior to joining Millennium, he was responsible for the growth and business development of Guidehouse’s over $50 million national security portfolio. This included over 200 personnel supporting US national defense, intelligence and civilian agencies (DoD, DHS, CIA, ODNI, NSA, NRO, NGA and DIA), military intelligence components and a senior ID/IQ at the CIA . He led many successful competitive, comprehensive and open enterprise captures that accelerated the growth plans of Guidehouse, SAIC, Engility-TASC and NJVC.

Prior to joining Guidehouse, Keith was Director of Growth at SAIC. During this time, he brought in an annual income of $500 million and led the rebranding and marketing of Engility’s cloud migration solution, Cloud ASCEND™.

Keith attended Johns Hopkins University undergraduate program in international studies and master’s program in international relations. He then obtained an MBA from the University of Maryland.

“We are delighted to welcome Keith Cooperman as the new Vice President of Business Development! His track record of experience and leadership will be a key catalyst for the company,” said Kevin JenningsCEO and co-founder.

About Millennium Corporation
For nearly two decades, Millennium Corporation has operated at the forefront of cybersecurity. Our elite team of nearly 400 experts has an unmatched track record of performance supporting red team operations, defensive cyber operations, software engineering and technical engineering. With the largest contingent of contracted Red Team operators in the DoD, we provide an unparalleled level of threat intelligence and proven experience for customers in the DoD and federal civilian markets.

Millennium is headquartered at 1400 Crystal Drive #400 Arlington Virginia 22202.

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