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Margaret “Meg“ Clancy is a co-founder of Aptima, Inc. Meg has over 25 years of experience in contract administration, government cost accounting, human resources, bid estimation, security, and project management. She has a long and successful record of designing, implementing, and managing all administrative aspects of business organizations and is a specialist at applying the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 31 as it relates to defense contractors.
Prior to co-founding Aptima, Meg held the positions of Controller and Vice President of Administration and Finance at Alphatech (now BAE Systems). Meg began her career at Raytheon, where she spent two years in an intensive Contracts Management Training Program at various divisions of the company, including Raytheon Service Co., the Submarine Signal Division, and the Missile Systems Division. After graduating from the Contracts Management program, she was appointed as a Contracts Specialist for Raytheon’s Patriot Missile Program.
Meg received an M.B.A. in Accounting from Western New England College, and a B.A. in Political Science from American International College. She is a Trustee of American International College.