Thomas P. Grumbly Joins Lockheed Martin
SEABROOK, MD, 11/13/2003 --
Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) announced today that energy and environmental executive Thomas P. Grumbly has accepted a position with the corporation in a key information technology post.
As vice president and customer relations executive for Lockheed Martin Information Technology in Seabrook, Md., he will focus on that unit's IT business in three federal government sectors: energy, environment and transportation. His work will involve shaping the strategy and direction of the IT business in those areas, focusing on enterprise and business solutions.
He was previously president and chief executive officer of The Keystone Center, a nonprofit public-policy and educational organization based in Colorado. Before joining the center in 2001, Grumbly had held a series of leadership positions in the private sector, with nonprofit organizations, and at the federal government.
He served at the Department of Energy in Washington, D.C., beginning in 1993 as assistant secretary for environmental management, and later as undersecretary.
Linda Gooden, president of Lockheed Martin Information Technology, said, We are privileged to have an individual of Tom Grumbly's caliber helping us address new ways to support agencies whose activities are so vital to the lives of American citizens. We will be looking for the insights he can provide that will allow us to identify, propose and use solutions our customers demand of us today and for the future.
Grumbly's experience includes that of president of ICF Kaiser International Inc.'s federal and environmental programs; president and CEO of the environmental nonprofit firm Clean Sites, Inc.; and director of the Health Effects Institute in Cambridge, Mass.
He was staff director for the Subcommittee on Investigations and Oversight of the House Science and Technology Committee from 1981 to 1982. Before that, he held key positions with the Department of Agriculture, Food and Drug Administration and Office of Management and Budget.
Grumbly holds a bachelor of arts degree in government from Cornell University, a master of arts in political economy from the University of Toronto, and a master of public policy from the University of California at Berkeley.