Northrop Grumman appoints new VP, homeland security, international affairs

Northrop Grumman has named Bruce Walker vice president, homeland security, civil, regulatory and international affairs.

In his new role, Walker will lead the team responsible for building and sustaining relationships with federal departments and civilian agencies, said Sid Ashworth, corporate vice president, government relations.

Before joining the company in 2003, Walker worked at Raytheon.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in chemistry and mathematics from American University.

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