Huntington Ingalls Industries names president of cyber warfare group
Grant Hagen was SVP of business operations for HII's Technical Solutions division
Newport News-based Fortune 500 military shipbuilder Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII) named Grant Hagen president of its technical solutions division’s Cyber and Electronic Warfare business group, it announced Monday.
“I’m confident in Grant’s vision to successfully lead our Cyber and EW team. With his exceptional expertise in business operations, I’m excited to see what this team can accomplish under his leadership,” Andy Green, HII executive vice president and president of the Technical Solutions division, said in a statement.
Hagen was most recently senior vice president of business operations for the technical solutions division. He led the integration of several acquisitions and worked on the development and construction of the Unmanned Systems Center of Excellence in Hampton, set to open soon. Previously, Hagen served in various director-level positions at HII’s Newport News Shipbuilding division and held leadership positions for Raytheon subsidiary Integrated Defense Systems, now Raytheon Technologies Corp.’s Defense and Missile Systems unit.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Arkansas State University and an MBA from William & Mary.
HII is the nation’s largest military shipbuilding company, with more than 44,000 employees worldwide. More than 20,000 of those employees work for HII’s Newport News Shipbuilding division, the state’s largest industrial employer. HII reported 2020 revenue of $9.36 billion and reported $2.3 billion in revenue for the third quarter of 2021.