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Former Lockheed, Leidos Exec Chitra Raghu Joins ECS Federal Health & Safety Business

Jeff Brody
Chitra Raghu

Chitra Raghu, a former executive at Leidos (NYSE: LDOS) and Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT), has been appointed director of the federal health and safety division at ECS, G2XChange ETC reported Tuesday.

She brings information technology program management and government customer experience to her new position.

Raghu most recently served as chief innovations officer and director of operations within Leidos' government health and safety solutions unit. Before that, she was senior program manager and chief innovations officer for the public health business at Lockheed.

She also held consultancy and task manager roles within the former Lockheed information systems and global solutions organization.

Raghu participated in the Maryland Business Roundtable for Education from 2001 to 2017.

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