Robert Miller has been named chief executive officer of Future Technologies after serving at EverWatch as president, defense missions and support.
Miller succeeds FTI founder Ram Gupta, who becomes executive chairman of the board, the company said in an announcement Tuesday. Gupta served as FTI president for more than 30 years.
FTI provides engineering, computer operations, program management and IT services and solutions for federal agencies.
Its overall mission is to supply critical technology and support to intelligence and defense industry customers globally, in both the private and public sector.
Gupta noted Miller’s knowledge of federal technology and contracting, as well as his background in “facilitating growth,” in a formal announcement about the leadership change.
Miller previously served as president at EverWatch from 2018-2023. The company is a subsidiary of Booz Allen Hamilton.
He also was president of IEA from 2015-2023. The company supplies strategic, technical and analytic support to federal customers.
Before that, he was a senior manager at PRO-telligent, an information technology services company.