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Mike Hile, Vice President of C2ISR at Leidos

Mike Hile,

C2ISR vice president,


Mike Hile, Vice President of C2ISR at Leidos

Mike Hile is currently vice president of the C2ISR Systems Integration Division at Leidos, working out of Colorado Springs, Colorado. He has over 30 years of experience in leadership and technical management with a special emphasis on program execution.

Hile’s skills as a manager and leader make him highly sought after, his LinkedIn profile reveals. He takes pride in being a “superb communicator with exceptional organizational, problem-solving and people skills.” He counts forging customer relationships, developing winning strategies and building new teams among his strong suits.

Hile has been employed at Leidos, an American defense, aviation, information technology and biomedical research company, for eight and a half years. He began his services for the company in 2013 as a program director, responsible for multiple programs supporting C2ISR network to include mission design, development, installation and integration.

Hile quickly rose to his current vice presidential role, leading the company’s command, control, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance-related business.

Before joining Leidos, Hile was a program manager at SAIC. During his brief stay with the company, he was also deeply involved in its C2ISR business.

Earlier in his career, Hile held several managerial positions at Lockheed Martin. He was responsible for the execution of the Air and Space Operations Center Weapon System Integrator fielding and sustainment contract, he recalled.

Hile earned his bachelor’s degree in ocean engineering from the United States Naval Academy.

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