Ned Sheedy, Chief Operating Officer (COO)
Ned Sheedy joined Tech-Marine Business, Inc. (TMB) as Chief Operating Officer in January 2022 assuming responsibilities to oversee the management and execution of TMB contracts and to lead business development, human capital, and facilities management efforts. These efforts require coordination with the company’s human resources, contracts, and finance teams to ensure policies and procedures support the TMB work force in delivering successful services and in continuing to develop and grow.
Mr. Sheedy previously spent four years with ICI Services Corporation. He started at ICI in 2017 as the Technical Director for the Systems Engineering Division coordinating program execution and business development efforts across Program Execution Office (PEO) Ships and PEO Unmanned and Small Combatants (USC). In 2018, he was promoted to Vice President and Division General manager (DGM) for the Systems Engineering Division leading a 120+ maritime professionals supporting the Navy by delivering services spanning design through acquisition and into sustainment of ships and weapon systems.
As a DGM, he led teams responsible for the performance of the company’s prime contracts supporting the LPD 17 Program Office (PMS 317); PEO USC; and Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division (NSWC PD) Damage Control, Recoverability and Chemical/Biological Defense Branch (Code 336). Additionally, the division provided engineering and professional support for Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion and Repair, Gulf Coast (SSGC); engineering support for the Surface Maintenance Engineering Planning Program (SURFMEPP); and logistics support for the Department of Homeland Security Transportation Security Administration. His responsibilities included business development activities across PEO Ships, PEO USC, PEO Carriers, NAVSEA 21, NSWC PD, and NSWC Panama City Division (PCD).
Previously, Mr. Sheedy spent nearly 18 years at Alion Science and Technology, where he rose to Assistant Vice President and Division Manager leading the Assault Craft Division. He was responsible for business development efforts focused on expanding Alion’s NAVSEA presence into new markets and played a key role in Alion’s capture and proposal that won a contract with the Army’s Product Manager for Army Watercraft Systems to design and execute a Service Life Extension Program (SLEP) for four LCU 2000 ships. At Alion, he also served as Task Lead to a 100-person LCAC/LCU Support team for PMS 377; Program Manager for support to PMS 385, the Strategic and Theater Sealift Program Office; and Deputy Program Manager for PMS 501, the Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) Program Office. During his tenure at Alion, he supported numerous other shipbuilding and sustainment programs, including DDG 1000, Cruiser Conversion, Joint High Speed Vessel (JHSV) (now Expeditionary Fast Transport (EPF)), Mobile Landing Platform (MLP) (now Expeditionary Transfer Dock (ESD)/Expeditionary Sea Base (ESB)), LPD 17, and the Ship to Shore Connector (SSC).
Mr. Sheedy earned his Bachelor’s of Arts in Biology and Philosophy at State University of New York at Binghamton. He and his wife reside in Washington, DC.