Bruce Walker, an information technology executive who has worked on Northrop Grumman‘s (NYSE: NOC) homeland security programs, will assume the role of vice president for homeland security, civil, regulatory and international affairs.
“Bruce will be responsible for leading the team that builds and sustains relationships with federal departments and civilian agencies of the United States government, ” said Ashworth.
“[He] will also oversee the execution of key company initiatives while analyzing policy issues and governmentwide and agency-specific plans, objectives and budgets.”
Walker’s experience includes contract negotiations, technology acquisition, strategic planning and IT management.
He previously served in Northrop’s homeland security, government relations and federal agencies integrated customer teams and has worked on high-performance computing at Raytheon (NYSE: RTN).