Home / Executive Moves / Raytheon Names William F. Kiczuk CTO, VP

Raytheon Names William F. Kiczuk CTO, VP

Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) has named William F. Kiczuk chief technology officer and vice president,   where he will work under Mark E. Russell, the firm’s vice president of Engineering, Technology and Mission Assurance.

In this role, Kiczuk will be responsible for developing and executing an integrated technology and research strategy for Raytheon and chairing the company’s technology leadership team, which oversees Raytheon’s collective research collaboration and technology opportunities. He will also represent the company on outside councils regarding technology and the defense industry.

“Bill leads with a deep understanding of our technologies from complex systems to components, ” said Russell. “As CTO, he’ll leverage this broad domain knowledge to align Raytheon’s world-class people and technology as we continue to meet our customers’ most pressing needs.”

Check Also

Inmarsat to Provide DISA Satcom Services Under Potential $246M BPA

Inmarsat's government business has won a potential five-year, $246M blanket purchase agreement to provide the Defense Information Systems Agency with satellite communication services. The BPA contains a one-year base period that runs through June 18 of next year, followed by four option years, the Department of Defense said Tuesday.

Peraton Wins Potential $1.8B NASA Near-Earth Mission Support IDIQ

Peraton has been awarded a potential five-year, $1.8B contract to help NASA manage space and ground infrastructure used for near-Earth missions.