Frank Armijo Named President of Mission Support Alliance
Richland, Wash., 05/17/2010 -- Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) today announced that Frank Armijo will be named President of the Mission Support Alliance (MSA) on June 1.
Armijo succeeds Frank Figueroa, who is stepping down as President of MSA on June 1 in anticipation of his retirement on August 1. Figueroa has served in this role since 2007, leading an industry team providing a broad range of vital services to the Department of Energy and other contractors at the Hanford site in Richland, Washington under a $3 billion contract.
"I am thrilled to have the opportunity to lead MSA's important work in Hanford to support the Department of Energy," said Armijo. "I am especially excited to continue to find ways that we can aggressively champion the critical site services that will enhance the Hanford Environmental Cleanup missions."
Armijo, who is currently vice president of the Energy and Environment group in the Corporation’s Information Systems and Global Services business area, was previously Lockheed Martin’s program director for its Richland organization, leading a team that provided information resource management services for the Department of Energy and other federal and commercial clients. He is a graduate of Eastern Washington University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Management Information Systems. He has also completed Executive courses at MIT Sloan School of Management, Stanford University, Emory University and Carnegie Mellon.
Additionally, Lockheed Martin named Tom Grumbly, Vice President, Civil and Homeland Security, Washington Operations, to succeed Ken Asbury as Chairman of the MSA Limited Liability Corporation Board of Directors.
Headquartered in Bethesda, Md., Lockheed Martin is a global security company that employs about 136,000 people worldwide and is principally engaged in the research, design, development, manufacture, integration and sustainment of advanced technology systems, products and services. The Corporation reported 2009 sales of $45.2 billion.