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Mike Eison Named Dynetics’ Army Electronic Systems Group Director

Mike Eison, a former principal research scientist and engineer at Auburn University’s Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, has joined Dynetics as director of Army electronic systems within the company’s cyber and missile defense business. He brings missile system design and performance management experience to his new position, Ronnie Chronister, Dynetics’ director …

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Lisa Davis to Head Communications for Northrop’s Electronic Systems Sector

Lisa Davis, formerly corporate affairs vice president of AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals‘ MedImmune biologics arm, will join Northrop Grumman as VP of communications for its electronic systems business on June 18. Davis will be part of Northrop’s communications council and electronic systems management team and oversee the planning and implementation of communication strategies, the company said Thursday. …

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Northrop Hosts 100 Firms At Air, Missile Defense Industry Day

More than 100 U.S.-based defense product and services firms visited Northrop Grumman‘s electronic systems headquarters in Linthicum, Md. as the company seeks partners for a Navy air and missile defense program. The company also intended for the event to help attendees learn about how to participate in an open architecture …

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Executive Profile: Michele Toth, Northrop Grumman Information Systems VP of HR

Michele P. Toth is vice president of human resources and administration for Northrop Grumman’s information systems sector. In this role, she leads the HR&A team in all aspects, including human resources strategy, workforce development, talent acquisition, leadership development and training, employee relations, organization change and effectiveness, and compensation and benefits. …

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BAE Office to Host Shingo Transformation Workshops

A BAE Systems site will host workshops over two days to help companies implement transformation in their business, The Manufacturing Institute announced Sunday. The Shingo workshops will start Dec. 11 at the company’s office in Rochester, U.K., where the institute says attendees will receive training on its Principles of Operational …

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