Sally Sullivan, Ed Fortunato Named to VP Roles at Raytheon

Sally Sullivan

Sally Sullivan, a former CSRA executive, has joined Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) as vice president of U.S. business development.

Sullivan previously served as executive VP for the homeland security group at CSRA, which is now part of General Dynamics’ (NYSE: GD) information technology business after the latter completed its purchase in April, Raytheon said Wednesday

She also held senior leadership roles at Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC), ManTech International (Nasdaq: MANT) and Bechtel National.

Ed Fortunato

Raytheon also named Ed Fortunato, a former Orbital ATK executive, as VP of government relations.

Fortunato held a similar role at Orbital ATK, which Northrop acquired in June and rebranded as its innovation systems sector.

Before that, he led Honeywell International’s (NYSE: HON) Washington operations and worked at the office of the U.S. Army secretary with oversight of legislative affairs.

Both Sullivan and Fortunato will report to John Harris, VP of business development and CEO of Raytheon’s international business.

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