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Robert Hosozawa Named Northrop Integrated Logistics, Modernization Business Mgmt VP

RobertHosozawaRobert Hosozawa, formerly a business management director at Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC), has been appointed vice president of business management for a division within the company’s technical services sector.

His appointment takes effect Sept. 7 and he will be responsible for developing and implementing business strategies for the sector’s integrated logistics and modernization division, Northrop said Thursday.

Nimish Doshi, chief financial officer at Northrop Grumman Technical Services, said Hosozawa has managed multibillion dollar contracts and other programs in previous roles.

Prior to this appointment, Hosozawa directed business management for the company’s B-2 program.

He has also held business management roles in contracts, pricing, cost and schedule management, financial planning and capital asset management.

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