BAE Vet Christine Zeitz Joins Lockheed to Head Asian, Australian Tech Business; Roy Stevens Comments

Christine Zeitz

Christine Zeitz, formerly president for the Northeast Asia region at BAE Systems PLC, has been appointed to succeed Julie Dunlap as vice president and managing director  Lockheed Martin's information systems and global solutions business in Asia and Australia.

Lockheed said Monday Zeitz will oversee efforts to expand the IS&GS segment into new markets across Australia and Asia.

She will also work to facilitate the delivery of centralized data processing services for Australia's defense department under an $800 million contract secured by Lockheed in 2014.

Zeitz spent more than two decades at BAE and held senior leadership positions at the aerospace company.

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