VP, of 5G.MIL Programs
Dan Rice is Vice President of 5G.MIL™ Programs for Lockheed Martin, reporting to the corporation’s Chief Engineer and Senior Vice President, Engineering & Technology. Dan leads the strategy and execution of the corporate programs for 5G and advanced communication technology solutions. He is responsible for corporate IR&D including development, demonstration, and integration across all of Lockheed Martin’s business areas. He is also responsible for development and management of strategic relationships.
Previously, Dan Rice served as the Vice President of Technology Strategy and Research for Lockheed Martin, reporting to the corporation’s Chief Technology Officer. In this role, Dan led the integration and execution of the corporate technology strategy including technical intelligence, global science & technology research projects, and development of the cross-corporation advanced R&D laboratory enterprise.
Additionally, Dan served in a variety of leadership roles in Defense & Intelligence Solutions including Vice President of Engineering & Technology, Vice President of Operations and Performance Excellence, and Vice President of the Spatial Solutions line of business. He also held previous roles as the Director for the VH-71 Presidential Helicopter Air System; Director of Products responsible for processors, displays and electronic warfare systems; and Director of Intelligent Systems responsible for advanced mission management systems and UAVs, including the DARPA/Army Unmanned Combat Armed Rotorcraft (UCAR) program. He has held business development and capture management posts in the military aerospace and commercial information systems domains, including managing the Lockheed Martin field office in Detroit, MI.
A graduate from Rochester Institute of Technology with a BS in Computer Engineering, Dan also earned an MS in Electrical Engineering from Syracuse University and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
Dan is a member of Tau Beta Pi and Eta Kappa Nu engineering societies. He has been granted four US Patents and is a Lockheed Martin Certified Program Manager.