Until 1995, more than 30 years with Israel Defense Forces, including: with Intelligence Corps; Assistant to Chief of Staff; Commander, Southern Lebanon; Deputy Director, Military Intelligence and Chief, Intelligence Research and Analysis Department, responsible for national strategic production and analysis during first Gulf War; 1991, Major General and Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories, directed civilian affairs in territories, controlling an annual budget of US$ 500 million and administering 21,000 civilian and military staff. 1995, Co-Founder, Netacs, a global security consultancy. Since 2009, Director, Institute for Policy and Strategy, Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzlia; concurrently, Chairman, Annual Herzliya Conference Series on Balance of Israel's National Security. Member, Advisory Board, Central Bank of Israel. Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Afeka School of Engineering. Member of the Board of Governors, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.