Roy Stevens, formerly a vice president of strategy and business development at Lockheed Martin, has been appointed VP of global services for the company’s information systems and global solutions business area.
He will succeed Anne Mullins, who has moved into the roles of chief information officer and VP of enterprise business services at Lockheed, Lockheed said Thursday.
Sondra Barbour, executive VP of Lockheed’s IS&GS business area, said Stevens will work to assist the business in efforts to expand its global footprint.
Stevens’ responsibilities will include leadership of initiatives to help clients protect, engineer, analyze, manage and apply information,
Stevens most recently oversaw business development for the civil line of business in the IS&GS organization as VP of strategy and BD.
The 24-year aerospace industry veteran has also led Lockheed’s mission systems and training and missiles and fire control business areas.