Leidos Civil Group Lead Angie Heise Joins Mission Support Alliance Board; Roger Krone Comments

Angie Heise

Angie Heise, president of Leidos‘ civil business group, has been named to the Mission Support Alliance‘s board of directors.

MSA is composed of Leidos, Jacobs Engineering and Centerra Group as well as several partners that support nuclear cleanup efforts at the Hanford site in Washington, Leidos said Wednesday.

Roger Krone

“Angie’s deep industry experience and work with civil agencies makes her an excellent addition to the MSA board,” said Roger Krone, Leidos chairman and CEO.

Krone, an inductee into Executive Mosaic‘s Wash100 for 2017, added Heise will support MSA’s mission at Hanford as a board member.

Heise oversees a 10,000-employee organization at Leidos that provides support to U.S. cabinet-level civil agencies in the areas of environment, energy efficiency, federal infrastructure, aviation and homeland and transportation security.

She previously served as vice president of commercial markets at Lockheed Martin‘s cyber business, where she managed, where she managed a portfolio of cybersecurity and information technology products and service offerings.

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