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Lockheed IS&GS VP TW Scott Strategizes for Common Operating Picture, Adaptive Defenses to Help Transform Global Information Systems

TW Scott - Lockheed Martin, ExecutiveMosaicTW Scott serves as vice president of Lockheed Martin’s national product line within the Bethesda, Md.-based aerospace and security contractor’s information systems and global solutions business area.

In that role, Scott oversees the delivery of advanced technologies, analytics and services to domestic and international governments and customers in the intelligence community. Scott is also responsible for the line’s business strategy and solutions.

Lockheed said in his work to help customers leverage their global information systems, Scott focuses on applying multi-domain & multi-Int approaches and crafts strategies to correlate “multiple sources of data into a common operating picture while protecting their communities through layered, adaptive defenses.”

Scott joined Lockheed from Raytheon, where he most recently served as VP and general manager of Raytheon’s intelligence and information systems sector.

In that role, Scott also held global leadership responsibilities and set strategic direction for serving international customers in the national security and defense spaces, as well immigration and customs enforcement, and national weather and bureau investigations.

Lockheed said this required support of highly available, routine and special mission objectives.

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