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Lockheed Names 14-Year Vet Tim Reardon ISGS-National Head

Tim Reardon, Lockheed Martin

Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) has promoted 14-year company veteran Tim Reardon to lead the information systems and global solutions-national business area, effective July 2.

The company said he will succeed Rick Ambrose, who will take on a newly-created position within the space systems business.

Click over to GovCon Executive for more on Ambrose’s new position and which executive he will report to.

Reardon previously served as vice president of operations for the IS&GS-national unit since January 2011 and also has led the former IS&GS-global and the IS&GS-enterprise integration group businesses.

Before joining the company in 1998, he served as a staff officer in the CIA and focused on national security issues.

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