“I dedicated my own career to ensuring our soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines were able to do their jobs with the best technology,” Krone said in a statement released Monday.
“The Leidos team also takes pride in knowing that we execute important tasks that support our soldiers in harm’s way.”
The Reston, Va.-based company helps secure the Defense Department‘s global information network; supports foreign language translation efforts at the Defense Intelligence Agency; and provides information technology services to the military health system.
Leidos noted it invests in artificial intelligence, big data, simulation, logistics, reconnaissance and command-and-control technologies to support Army missions.
Krone, a five-time Wash100 recipient, supports the military branch through multiple programs that include the Operation Drug-Free Communities initiative.