Scotty Miller is vice president of Supply Chain Management for General Dynamics Mission Systems and directs procurement activities for all companies within the General Dynamics Information Systems and Technology business group.
Miller’s Supply Chain team is responsible for the subcontract management and procurement of all materials, services and support across the company. Miller has developed supply chain management in concert with the business to be a strategic advantage for General Dynamics. Miller and his team lead the negotiation of contracts with suppliers and strategic partners ensuring that our customers receive products on time while meeting all technical and quality requirements. Miller has an established reputation for developing strong customer and partner relationships within traditional U.S. military, homeland security and government communities.
Prior to Miller’s current position, he served as the vice president of Supply Chain Management for General Dynamics C4 Systems. On January 1, 2015, General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems combined with General Dynamics C4 Systems to form General Dynamics Mission Systems.
Before assuming his leadership role in Supply Chain, Miller led Strategic Planning and Business Development for Secure Communications and Computing Technologies for C4 Systems. Among his responsibilities, Miller led strategic planning and business development, and business intelligence for the organization worldwide. Miller was also vice president of Strategic Planning and Business Development for the Battle Management Systems organization within C4 Systems where he led the program capture and business growth strategy for key win programs.
Miller joined General Dynamics in 1982 as a Program Material manager. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in marketing from the Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona and his MBA degree from University of Phoenix in Phoenix, Arizona.