First Steps Taken by Huntington Ingalls and Allion Integration-Washington Technology

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The first steps taken in the integration of Huntington Ingalls and Allion

Huntington Ingalls Industries announces the appointment of nearly a few new business groups and executives within the government services segment after closure Acquisition of Allion Science and Technology..

HII said Wednesday that it has six groups in the technical solutions segment, four of which are new and two of which are unaffected by the restructuring. Unmanned systems and nuclear and environmental services.

Among the executives from Allion is the current Chief Operating Officer, Terri Walker Spoon Hour. Todd Borkey, currently Chief Technology Officer. Chris Bishop, now Chief Growth Officer. Chris Soong, currently Chief Information Officer. Richard Fisne, currently Senior Vice President of Contracts and Procurement.

The new groups are:

  • Intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance: Design, develop, integrate and manage sensors, systems and other assets that support the operation, utilization and analysis of ISRs.
  • Live, virtual and constructive solutions: Design, develop and operate an enterprise tactical training system that supports coordination and preparation.
  • Cyber ​​and Electronic Warfare: Provides full spectrum cyber, big data architecture, analytics, and cloud migration. Exploitation of EW and foreign bodies.
  • Fleet Maintenance: Provides hull, mechanical and electrical and C5ISR maintenance, modernization, and integrated product support.

Garry Schwartz will lead the ISR Group as President, Glenn Goodman will play the same role in the LVC Solutions Unit, and Ryan Norris will play the same role in the Fleet Maintenance Organization.

Schwartz has been with HII since 2017, Goodman has joined from Allion, and Norris has been with HII since 2004.

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