Civil Group President
James Moos, Leidos Civil Group President
James Moos serves as the president of Leidos’ civil group, which provides science, engineering and technology solutions to federal and international customers in the information technology, cyber, energy, environment, security, space, transportation and financial markets.
As president, Moos is responsible for all the group’s activities, including new business growth, technology development and thought leadership, Leidos said.
Leidos CEO Roger Krone, a Potomac Officers Club member and eight-time Wash100 awardee, said in a press release that Moos has proven his ability to implement strategies that drive the company’s business and generate growth.
Prior to taking on his current role, Moos served as the civil group’s chief operating officer and deputy group president.
In the said roles, he led all matters related to business operations, including the establishment and execution of overall market strategy; business execution, planning, analysis and performance; operating group profit and loss; new business growth; strategic partnerships; and talent management and succession planning.
Moos says on LinkedIn that he served as senior vice president and deputy business unit general manager at Science Applications International Corporation prior to the 2013 split that gave rise to Leidos.
At SAIC, Moos held various roles of increasing responsibility like VP and program manager of the guardian installation program; VP and operational manager for engineering, environment and infrastructure; and deputy general manager of engineering, environment and infrastructure.
Moos has a bachelor’s degree in radiation protection from Thomas Edison State University and a master’s degree in industrial hygiene from the University of Central Missouri. He is also a graduate of the Harvard Business School’s advanced management program.
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