Jacques Roujansky is a general engineer of armament (ret.).
He has been a permanent delegate of the Strategic Committee of the Security Industries sector since its formation in 2018, within the framework of the National Council of Industry.
He joined the Conseil des industries de la confiance et de la sécurité in December 2014 after a career in the French Ministry of Defense from 1985.
In the course of his career, he has held positions in international program management, radar technical management, capability strategy (architect of the protection and safeguard force system) and international strategy at the DGA, and management of plans and programs for the French Army.
He spent four years in Washington, D.C., first for a training at the National Defense University/Industrial College of the Armed Forces, then at the French Embassy in the Armament Attaché Service.
From 2004 to 2007, as Director of Security Technologies at the DGA, he led, in an interministerial capacity and in liaison with the industrial community and the European Commission, the technological and capability work on security, the precursors to the launch of the industrial security sector and the creation of the CoFIS and the CICS in 2013, then the CSF in 2018.
He contributed to the implementation of all the actions of the security industries sector, as a member of the CoFIS bureau from 2015 to 2018, then as a permanent delegate of the CSF (negotiation and implementation of the sector contract).
Jacques Roujansky is a graduate of Ecole Polytechnique and ENSTA (Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Technologies Avancées).