Matthew Madalo is the Senior Vice President, General Counsel, Chief Compliance Officer and Corporate Secretary 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.
Madalo leads all legal, contracts, compliance, and industrial security and facilities teams at SGT. He’s responsible for navigating all elements of government reporting requirements, ensuring compliance with applicable regulations, including intellectual property and data rights, export controls, industrial security and foreign ownership.
Prior to joining SGT in 2020, Madalo served as Legal Counsel and Director of Contracts Management for Rapiscan Systems, Inc. In this role, he led an international contracts team that included a specialized focus on U.S. government contracts and Federal Acquisition Regulations pertaining to commercial item procurements, negotiation, and contract cost principles.
In earlier career positions as senior legal counsel for three different organizations, Madalo developed and implemented company-wide U.S. government contract compliance programs and associated policies and procedures. While supporting the Office of the Chief Counsel for the Transportation Security Administration, he worked on aviation security regulations and policy, including complex international agreements with foreign governments governing technical assistance and cooperation.
With a broad depth of legal experience, Madalo is admitted to the State Bar of California, the District of Columbia Bar – where he presently serves on the steering committee for the Government Contracts Community – and is registered Corporate Counsel in the Commonwealth of Virginia. He received his Juris Doctor from Santa Clara University and his Master of Laws from Georgetown University.
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