Chief Financial Officer
Leidos CFO James Reagan to Retire in June
James Reagan, a member of the Potomac Officers Club, will retire from his role as chief financial officer of Leidos, effective June 5. Reagan joined Leidos in 2015 after leaving his roles as senior vice president and CFO at Vencore.
“During his tenure, Jim helped accelerate Leidos’ course of growth, strengthened our capital structure and led us through a period of significant total shareholder return at Leidos,” said CEO Roger Krone, a fellow POC member and eight-time Wash100 winner.
In his upcoming role, Cage will be responsible for overseeing all of the company’s financial activities, including accounting and financial reporting, treasury, tax, planning and analysis and investor relations.
Cage joined Leidos in 1999 and has since served as CFO of the company’s legacy health and engineering division, SVP of operations finance and director of financial planning and analysis.
According to Leidos, Cage has a deep understanding of the company’s financial structure and has experience working on business operations, mergers and acquisitions, accounting, treasury and investor relations.
He earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting and a Master of Business Administration degree from San Diego State University. Cage is a certified public accountant in the state of California.
Assistant Corporate Controller Carly Kimball will succeed Cage as SVP and chief accounting officer. She previously served as CFO at CACI and senior manager at Ernst & Young’s aerospace and defense audit practice.
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