Frank Ruggiero, vice president of international government relations, will succeed Moseley on an acting basis until her successor is named.
In her previous capacity, Moseley held oversight of the subsidiary’s government relations activity in the U.S. including relationships with the Defense Department, other Cabinet-level organizations and lawmakers.
Linda Hudson, president and CEO, said Moseley has worked with public officials and other industry executives to address sequestration.
Hudson added Moseley also brings experience in program management and business strategy.
Moseley will lead a sector comprised of nearly 12,000 employees that provide military and commercial customers engineering, systems integration and ship repair worldwide.
Before joining BAE, she served as president of defense industry consultant Principled Strategies, which works with partners on government budget cycles and contract processes.
Prior to forming Principled Strategies, she served as vice president of sensors and electronic systems at Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT).
She also led Lockheed’s Washington operations in business areas such as systems integration and sea-based platforms, missile defense, sensors, electronic systems, simulation and training.
Before joining Lockheed, she served as a staff VP for government relations at General Dynamics‘ (NYSE: GD) combat systems business.
Her public sector career includes service at the departments of Energy and State and she is recipient of the Meritorious Service Medal.