NGC Names Outgoing GSA Official David A. Drabkin Director of Acquisition Policy

Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC) has appointed David A. Drabkin, the outgoing deputy chief acquisition officer at the General Services Administration to the position of director of acquisition policy. Drabkin reports directly to Larry Lanzillotta, corporate vice president of customer relations.

As part of his new job, Drabkin will be charged with coordinating the firm’s efforts related to pending and upcoming acquisition regulations and policy at the U.S. Department of Defense and other government agencies. He will also head internal coordination of Congressional relations activities related to acquisition policy and reform and representing the company at numerous acquisition and related professional associations.

“The extensive acquisition expertise David Drabkin brings from his work with the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), the Defense Department and the Defense Logistics Agency is critical and will greatly benefit Northrop Grumman, ” said Lanzillotta

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