Lockheed Martin reorganizes around integrated cyber, electronic warfare and intelligence
In an example of how industry can mirror the military and vice versa, Lockheed Martin has created a new internal business it’s calling spectrum convergence.
Each of the military services, in one way or another, are discussing the need for integrated capabilities that can provide cyber consequences, electronic warfare effects and signals intelligence as the lines between the three disciplines blur. Many of these capabilities, while similar, had been organized under separate offices. Now, those barriers are falling.
“This was a recognition that we needed to make a significant shift in the organization structure to be able to be that much more responsive” to customers, Deon Viergutz, vice president of spectrum convergence at Lockheed, told C4ISRNET during an interview at West 2019.
Viergutz said the reorganization became official at the end of 2018. Lockheed Martin is the largest defense contractor in the United States.
Lockheed Martin leaders had been hearing about this convergence from the services. ..Read More..