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Bruce A. Stanski

Bruce A. Stanski

Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer

Bruce A. Stanski serves as the executive vice president, chief financial officer of Fluor Corporation, one of the world’s largest publicly traded engineering, procurement, construction and maintenance services companies. As CFO, Mr. Stanski leads Fluor’s finance, audit, investor relations, compliance & ethics and mergers & acquisitions functions.

Mr. Stanski previously served as the group president, Government for Fluor. In this role, Mr. Stanski led the sales and delivery of value-added services to government agencies including the United States Departments of Defense, Energy, State, and Homeland Security and the United Kingdom's Nuclear Decommissioning Authority. He joined Fluor in March 2009.

Prior to joining Fluor, Mr. Stanski was president of Kellogg, Brown and Root’s (KBR) Government and Infrastructure (G&I) division since 2007. As president of G&I, Mr. Stanski oversaw all aspects of G&I’s global government services and infrastructure operations and had ventures in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia Pacific regions. He was responsible for more than $7 billion in annual revenue from contracts with U.S. and international governments.

Mr. Stanski’s career with KBR began in 1995. While at KBR, he held various positions with progressive responsibility. While with KBR, Mr. Stanski served as senior vice president and chief financial officer, overseeing the tax, treasury, accounting, information technologies, and real estate services departments. He also was vice president of Strategic Planning and vice president of Shared Services.

Before joining KBR, he held management and director positions at companies such as Westinghouse Electric Corporation and Sygnetron Protection Systems. His accomplishments included the restructuring of finance and administrative functions to be aligned more closely with organizational strategies, as well as maximizing workforce cost effectiveness at foreign subsidiaries.

In addition to his industry career, between 1988 and 1995, Mr. Stanski designed and taught courses in federal government accounting, finance, contracting, and administration in the master's program of The Johns Hopkins University.

Mr. Stanski received a bachelor of science degree from Towson University and a master of administrative science degree from The Johns Hopkins University.