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Pazar, 16 Haziran 2024

NATS appoints new Chief Information Officer


NATS has appointed Paul Munday as Chief Information Officer.
Paul took up the role of Chief Information Officer on 1 August with responsibility for leading NATS’ Information Solutions (IS) and Analytics teams, which provide digital solutions for all NATS’ business functions, excluding front-line air traffic systems.
As CIO, Paul will be accountable for the day-to-day running of all information technology and non-Air Traffic Control computer systems used by NATS’ employees; including shared networks, desktops and key applications.
He said: “I am really excited to be joining NATS at such a pivotal time for the information technology sector. It’s a privilege to be part of such a forward-thinking organisation whose employees work so hard every day.
Paul, who has previously worked for the likes of British Gas, Southern Water and EDF Energy, brings with him a wealth of experience working in safety critical businesses and will be at the forefront of NATS’ focus on cyber security.
“As a Critical National Infrastructure, NATS looks after a lot of important data, so the work of our IS and Analytics teams, along with the experience I bring from regulated and customer focused businesses, is integral to ensuring best practice.”
Paul will report directly to NATS’ HR and Corporate Services Director Julie Elder. She said: “I’m delighted to welcome Paul to NATS and am sure his extensive experience and customer focus will make a significant difference to the business.”

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