President, Intelligence Group
Roy Stevens currently serves as the President of Leidos’ Intelligence Group where he is responsible for delivering programs across the 18 U.S. government Intelligence Community agencies. Additionally, he is responsible for the Leidos Australia portfolio which spans the whole of government including the tax office, defense and intelligence. Prior to this assignment, Stevens served as the Chief of Business Development and Strategy where he led the development of the long-term strategy of the corporation and all aspects of business growth including a pipeline of $160 billion and annual contract awards exceeding $17 billion. In this role, he oversaw account management, marketing, communications, and U.S. government legislative affairs.
Ahead of Leidos' 2016 merger with Lockheed Martin's Information Systems and Global Solutions (IS&GS) division, Stevens spent 20 years with Lockheed Martin. There, he served in a variety of executive level positions both in program execution overseeing large complex programs and business development for multiple lines of business spanning federal civilian, missiles and fire control, and rotary and mission systems. Stevens has also been integral to the merger and acquisition of several companies during his career.
With over 30 years in the aerospace and defense industry, Stevens' has a broad background in engagements with customers across the globe. He has delivered programs in more than 20 different countries, including both direct commercial and foreign military sale (FMS) projects. These projects have spanned from missile development and production to command and control, logistics and complex information technology delivery for all four branches of the armed services, as well as civilian agency customers.
Stevens is an active member of the community, including currently serving on the Board of Directors for Cornerstones. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in finance from Oregon State University and a Master of Business Administration degree from Washington State University.