Peerless Technologies Corporation has named Bob Goodman, an executive who has served the company for more than 10 years, as its new Chief Performance Officer.

“Bob has been instrumental in building our corporate infrastructure to support growth and ensuring we have the right employees in the right roles,” said Peerless President Andrea Kunk. “His commitment to the company, along with his business expertise, have helped Peerless quadruple in size since he joined the company.”

As Chief Performance Officer, Goodman will concentrate on high-value activities, such as taking care of employees, helping assess and address potential risk areas in proposals, hire the right teams and deliver effective, efficient services to Peerless customers.

“Peerless is a great place to work and I’m proud to be part of this team,” Goodman said. “It’s an exciting time for the company as we expand into new markets, build our capabilities and seek new customers.”

Prior to being named CPO, Goodman served as Senior Vice President for Corporate Support and Strategic Markets. Goodman will continue to oversee the corporate Human Resources, Recruiting, Information Technology, Security and Quality departments.

Goodman holds a B.S. in Business from Wright State University and a master’s degree in Business Administration and Human Resource Management from Central Michigan University. He lives in Beavercreek, Ohio, with his wife and three sons.

About Peerless Technologies Corporation

Peerless, founded in 2000 and based in Dayton, Ohio, specializes in complex professional services, including systems engineering, cybersecurity, program management, research and development, test and evaluation, and financial, logistics and business management. Peerless clients include NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center; The F-22 Program Office; the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center, Air Force Civil Engineer Center, the Air Force Small Business Innovation Research program, the F-35 Joint Program Office, and other federal agencies.

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Michael Wallace