Peraton names SVP and chief procurement officer
Dan Ostrosky was strategic adviser to Banbury Private Capital
Dan Ostrosky became senior vice president and chief procurement officer for federal contractor Peraton Inc. on Monday.
“Dan brings decades of proven experience in both procurement and profit and loss leadership and has a thorough understanding of how a strategically aligned procurement organization can be a force multiplier,” Peraton Chairman, President and CEO Stu Shea said in a statement.
In this role, Ostrosky is responsible for all aspects of procurement, including supply chain operations, strategic sourcing and subcontractor management. He will lead the implementation of Peraton’s multi-year procurement strategy.
He will report to Jim Winner, Peraton’s executive vice president and chief legal officer.
Most recently, Ostrosky served as a strategic adviser to Banbury Private Capital, where he advised the firm on its investments in the aerospace, defense and industrial sectors. Before advising Banbury, he served as corporate vice president and chief procurement officer for Triumph Group Inc. He had previously been the senior vice president of Flex Ltd.’s aerospace and defense business unit.
Prior to that, Ostrosky served as vice president and chief supply chain officer for Goodrich Corp., and then as vice president of global supply chain management for United Technologies Corp. — now Raytheon Technologies — after its acquisition of Goodrich.
He began his career as a failure analysis engineer with The Raytheon Co.
Ostrosky holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and an MBA from Florida State University.
He serves on the boards of directors for Axius Group LLC and for the supply chain degree programs at The Lally School of Management at Rensselaer.
Post-acquisition of Perspecta Inc. and Northrop Grumman’s integrated mission support and IT solution business, Peraton has more than 150 offices and 19,000 employees. In December 2021, it announced that it would be moving its headquarters from Herndon to Reston. The company is owned by Veritas Capital, a New York-based private equity firm.