Kent Miller is the Senior Director of Supply Chain Management of Siemens Government Technologies (SGT), Inc., the separate but affiliated U.S. government arm of technology powerhouse Siemens. With project teams across the U.S. and internationally, SGT is a cleared provider of Siemens products, technologies and software to solve some of the most complex government challenges in energy, automation and digitalization.
Miller is a sourcing and procurement executive with over 30 years of success leading global sourcing, procurement, subcontract administration, and supply chain management for diverse industries, including commercial and defense sectors, as well as state and local governments.
Prior to joining SGT, Miller worked for Xerox, Affiliated Computer Services, Lockheed Martin, Loral Electric Systems, Grumman Aerospace, and McDonnell Douglas Corporations. At Xerox, he streamlined staff augmentation procurement processes, delivering more than $7 million in first-year EBIT and cost avoidance savings, as well as enabling supplier rationalization by designing and directing strategic sourcing events to deploy a corporate-wide contract labor-managed service program, including a vendor management system. While at Lockheed Martin, Miller created and implemented a company-wide purchasing card program that grew transaction volume from $7 to $76 million, while also reducing invoice processing costs by more than 50%.
Throughout his career, Miller has been recognized for exceptional leadership and innovative supply chain and procurement solutions. During his time at Xerox, Miller received the Division Achievement Award for his outstanding performance on proposals and negotiations. At Loral Electric Systems, he received the Company Achievement Award for Acquisition Management and the President’s Award for Leadership in Management.
Miller holds a Bachelor of Science in business administration from Rockhurst University in Kansas City and an Executive Management Program Certificate from Carnegie Mellon University’s Management Challenge Institute.
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