Lockheed’s Leo Mackay Gets 2019 Compliance Week Recognition; Marillyn Hewson Quoted

Jeff Brody

Leo Mackay, senior vice president for ethics and enterprise assurance at Lockheed Martin, has been included in this year’s Compliance Week “Top Minds” group for his leadership in risk management and ethical matters.

Mackay, a former U.S. Navy pilot, joins a class of 11 private sector leaders recognized for their achievements in governance, risk, compliance and ethics, Lockheed said Thursday.

Marillyn Hewson, president and CEO of Lockheed and 2019 Wash100 winner, noted that Mackay led efforts to develop Lockheed's code of conduct for suppliers that has been implemented as an industry standard by the company's customers and partners.

The Top Minds class of 2019 will be formally recognized at the annual Compliance Week conference in Washington, D.C.

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