Leidos Appoints Former Vencore Exec James Reagan as EVP, CFO; Roger Krone Comments

James Reagan
James Reagan

James Reagan, formerly senior vice president and chief financial officer of Vencore, will take the roles of executive vice president and CFO at Leidos (NYSE: LDOS) beginning July 6.

Leidos said Monday Reagan will manage the company’s accounting, financial planning and analysis, taxation, treasury and investor relations functions.

“Jim is an accomplished CFO and a proven leader who brings significant financial and operational expertise to our company, ” said Roger Krone, chairman and CEO of Leidos.

“This successfully culminates the orderly CFO transition announced in January.”

Reagan, who is a certified public accountant, has also worked at PwC.

He will succeed Mark Sopp, who has announced his retirement.

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