Mike Bruni possesses over 17 years of experience in Human Resources, Recruiting & Staffing. Mike is heavily experienced within the Defense and Intelligence Communities. Mike joined SAIC (Now Leidos) in January of 2005 after spending 7 years in the staffing industry. Since joining SAIC/Leidos he has taken on many roles leading many initiatives to include Talent Acquisition Management, Sourcing, Capture Staffing, Direct Recruiting, and Veteran Outreach.
As a Sourcing Manager, designed and built talent pipelines supporting programs throughout the IC. Provides staffing strategies in support of new business pursuits and proposals. Leads a candidate outreach effort to provide organizational and personal branding for Leidos.
In December of 2009, Mike was instrumental in standing up a centralized SAIC/Leidos Military Recruiting Program, Operation MVP. This program was designed to be an SAIC/Leidos central point to recruit top talent from all Branches of the Military. He continues to lead this program presently.
Mike has been quoted in HR Magazine, The Military Times, and USAToday. He’s been a guest on Federal News Radio’s “FedAccess” Show. Mike has also been a guest on the radio program “The Workforce Show”. He’s been featured on the Pentagon Channel’s “Hiring America” television show. Mike sits on the AFCEA EPIC Committee as well as the INSA ICC Committee. Both committees are industry professional associations. Mike is also the facilitator and leader for Project S.A.V.E. (Staffing Alliance of Virginia Employers) which is a networking organization for HR and recruiting professionals.
Mike is currently working as a Talent Acquisition Manager with the National Security Sector of Leidos. He is based out of Reston, VA and supports programs and operations worldwide.
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