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Bob Seigle

Vice President

Oak Ridge Strategy Group, Inc.

Oak Ridge, TN and Washington, DC

Bob Seigle serves as the Vice President of Oak Ridge Strategies Group, Inc. (ORSG), a Small Disabled Veteran Owned (SDVO) company specializing in technology discovery, exploitation of disruptive technologies, customer relationship development, and strategic planning.   In his position of Vice President, he is responsible for ORSG’s business development and strategic plan.  Bob also holds the position of President of Continental Consulting Group Corporation, a decade old Washington DC based management consulting firm dedicated to business-to-business relationships where client growth is matched to US Government needs. 

Prior to developing private commercial interests, Bob was the Director of US Government Programs for Short Brothers USA Inc., a high tech British engineering and manufacturing company where he conducted executive negotiations among and between the US Government and two large, multi-national defense corporations, eventually coordinating their complex international joint venture relationship.

With over 20 years experience in the political and commercial markets in Washington, he has a demonstrated track record of successfully acquiring multiple years of research and development funding for both international and domestic business groups preparing to enter the US Government contracting cycle.  Bob has developed government and industrial partnerships for medium and large organizations with a product or service uniquely suited to government funding and support.  His efforts have resulted in over $100 million dollars in international R&D contracts and programs benefiting foreign manufacturers and US commercial activities while resolving technical requirements for the US government. 

Bob retired from the US Army as the Chief of Staff of the Army Aviation Center and Flight School after 27 years commanding combat forces in Viet Nam, Grenada, Panama and Southwest Asia.   He experienced the value of fielding new equipment on the battlefield when he deployed the Blackhawk helicopter to its first combat operation in Grenada while commanding the 82nd Combat Aviation Battalion.  Later in command of the XVIIIth Airborne Corps’ Aviation Brigade, he developed the Army requirement for and deployed the Armed OH-58D (Kiowa Warrior) to combat operations in Southwest Asia.

He is a graduate of the United States Military Academy (BS in Military Arts and Sciences) and the University of Utah (MS in Business Administration).  He is the coordinating editor for A STUDY OF ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP, Stackpole, 1976; and he attended the National War College.