Northrop Grumman Announces Organization and Leadership Changes
“This new operating structure allows us to take full advantage of our company’s portfolio by aligning businesses that have shared markets, customers and technologies,” said
“Chris and Pat have made significant contributions to Northrop Grumman,” Warden said. “Their leadership and commitment to our company and our customers have been instrumental in laying the foundation for our future success. I want to sincerely thank them for their leadership.”
The four operating sectors will be:
- Aeronautics Systems, an innovative manned and unmanned air system provider, with a proven track-record of systems engineering, manufacturing excellence and reliability. This sector will be led by
Janis Pamiljans, current corporate vice president and president of Aerospace Systems.
- Defense Systems, a broad-spectrum provider of critical technology services, sustainment and modernization, including integrated battle command systems, directed energy, tactical weapons and information systems, focused on evolving threats and quick-turn requirements for a wide variety of national security, military and civilian customers. The sector will be led by
Mary Petryszyn, current vice president and general manager, Land & Avionics C4ISR, Mission Systems.
- Mission Systems, a technology leader in open, cyber-secure, software-defined systems for defense and intelligence applications across multiple domains. This sector will be led by
Mark Caylor, current corporate vice president and president of Mission Systems.
- Space Systems, a space and launch systems provider serving national security, civil and commercial customers.
Blake Larson, current corporate vice president and president of Innovation Systems, will lead the Space Systems sector.
The changes announced today are not expected to have a material impact on the company's 2019 financial results or guidance as updated in
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