Northrop to Open Ogden Center Office; Lori Belnap, John Parker Comment

northrop-Grumman_BLUENorthrop Grumman will open a new office at the Ogden-Hinckley Airport Kemp Center in Ogden, Utah, the Standard Examiner reported Thursday.

Nearly 250 Northrop employees will relocate from the company's facilities at Clearfield and Hill Air Force Bases to the new building in March, according to the report.

John Parker, director of Northrop’s weapon system sustainment and modernization business unit, said the company wants to integrate its engineering services into a new lab, according to the report.


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