SVP, National Solutions, Leidos Intelligence Group
Jason OConnor serves as Senior Vice President for Leidos’ National Solutions Operation (NSO). He leads a portfolio of over $775M in annual sales and more than 2,000 employees supporting mission critical activities across the IC community to include software development, cybersecurity, cloud innovations, intelligence analysis, linguistics, IT and managed services. He has 30 years of experience in diverse business leadership and technology domains and has consistently driven innovation into mission-focused solutions.
From September 2020 to August 2021, Mr. O’Connor led Homeland Security Solutions (HSS) Operation in the delivery of mission-enabling capabilities and enterprise-level IT solutions across the Department of Homeland Security.
Prior to that, Mr. O’Connor led the acquisition and integration of Dynetics Corporation into Leidos, adding a breadth of new mission focused solutions and capabilities to the corporate portfolio.
In a previous role as Deputy President of the Intelligence Group of Leidos, he was responsible for the leadership of a portfolio of engineering, development, and analytic contracts serving Intelligence and International customers.
Prior to that, as Vice President of Engineering and Chief Technology Officer for IS&GS- National he developed and managed his business area’s technology, innovation and research portfolios. In addition, he was responsible for both technology industry and academic outreach.
Mr. O’Connor also served as Vice President of IS&GS-Global International Line of Business and Vice President of IS&GS-Enterprise Integration Groups Intelligence Programs division. In these roles he provided management, strategy, direction, and customer interface for these businesses offering systems engineering, development, cyber solutions.
Mr. O’Connor joined Lockheed Martin in 1991 and is a Lockheed Martin-Qualified Program Manager and Certified Information Systems Architect. He has worked extensively in systems engineering, hardware and software development and operations environments.
He attended Virginia Polytechnic University where he earned a Bachelor’s in Electrical Engineering and attended George Washington University where he received his Master’s Degree in Telecommunications and Computers.