Jerry Hogge, former senior vice president of military and veteran health solutions at Leidos (NYSE: LDOS), has been appointed SVP of Mitre’s public sector business.
Mitre said MondayÂ Hogge will be responsible for business strategy, international programs, and sponsor engagement with the nonprofit’s federally funded research and development centers for civilian agencies. He will also lead growth opportunities with industry and academic partners and work with the board of trustees on and key initiatives.
“Building relationshipsâwithin a team, an organization, and with customersâis one of Jerryâs core capabilities and a key reason we are excited to welcome him to Mitreâs executive leadership team,” said Jason Providakes, president and CEO of Mitre.
“The work programs that Jerry will be leading with our experienced talent involve innovation to solve some of our nationâs toughest challenges in healthcare, transportation, cybersecurity, and homeland security,” Providakes added.
Hogge brings an extensive record of leading complex IT programs with civilian and defense agencies, including the multiyear integration of electronic health records for the departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs. He has broad experience in business strategy, government relations, systems engineering, and intellectual property.
He previously served as deputy group president for health solutions at Leidos. Before that, Hogge held a range of senior leadership positions with QinetiQ North America, Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC), Unisys (NYSE: UIS), Level 3 Communications and Winstar Communications. He was a district manager for AT&T’s (NYSE: T) government solutions unit between July 1988 and September 1998, and also served as a patent attorney at Birch, Stewart, Kolasch & Birch, LLP.
In addition, Hogge has served on the boards of the Professional Services Council and the Virginia Tech Pamplin College of Business Center for Business Intelligence and Analytics. He graduated from Virginia Tech with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering and a Master of Science Degree in Industrial Systems Engineering.
He went on to earn a J.D. in Intellectual Property Law from the George Mason School of Law in 1997. He also earned a certificate in Financial Analysis and Valuation from Columbia Business School of Executive Education program.