Leadership

 
 

Infrastructure

Leadership

Leadership

James Moos
Senior Vice President & Operations General Manager | Infrastructure, Environment & Security

Jim Moos leads the development and execution of Leidos’ strategic vision and business transformation initiatives in infrastructure, environment, and security markets. He also drives strategic partnerships and merger and acquisition activity to support his organization’s mission to design, connect, and protect intelligent infrastructure for better business outcomes in an increasingly connected world. He joined our legacy company, SAIC, in 1998 and has spent the majority of his career managing large, complex organizations and multi-million dollar programs such as the Guardian Installation Protection Program, a joint Department of Defense program providing chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear detection, protection, and response capability to military installations worldwide.

Moos' leadership was tapped to help orchestrate the design and execution of SAIC's separation into two independent, publicly traded companies and formation of Leidos in September 2013. As part of the design team, he helped define the strategic roadmap, architectures for the new companies, and system and functional requirements needed for success. Previously, Moos worked for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Morrison Knudsen, spent six years in the U.S. Navy's Nuclear Power Program, and completed the Advanced Management Program at Harvard Business School.


James Baxter
Senior Vice President | Energy & Systems Solutions

Jim Baxter leads the Energy & Systems Solutions Operation, the cornerstone of Leidos' profile in the energy and manufacturing sectors with capabilities in engineering and design, technical and financial consulting, energy efficiency programs, grid modernization, systems integration, and information technology. In his current role, he is responsible for the profit and loss of the operation and engages in client management, business development and strategic planning for markets and services. His expertise also includes engineering, planning, operations, and construction of electric and gas utility infrastructure. Prior to Leidos and its legacy company, SAIC, Baxter filled a progression of leadership and management roles during his 24 year career at R. W. Beck. He was a Board Director of R. W. Beck Group from 2003 to 2009, serving as Board Secretary before being elected as Chairman of the Board in 2007. He served as Board Chairman until SAIC's acquisition of R. W. Beck in 2009.


Laura Obloy
Senior Vice President | Environmental Science & Engineering

Laura Obloy leads the Environmental Science & Engineering Operation, a diverse organization comprised of 800 engineers, scientists, and professionals providing services in areas including National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and environmental planning; regulatory compliance; remediation/restoration; civil infrastructure; corrosion and munitions research; and nuclear safeguards and security. She has more than 20 years of experience leading teams providing engineering, system integration, and environmental services. Since joining Leidos in 1993, Obloy has progressed through technical roles, program/project management, division management, and operations management. Her leadership and technical experience includes supporting national and international projects, training and exercises, remedial investigations, feasibility studies, and engineering design and remediation.


Bob Bull
Vice President | Business Development

Bob Bull is vice president and director of business development for the Leidos infrastructure, environment, and security business. In this role, he leads the business development functional areas including direct sales-awards, client management, pipeline development, and major program captures for commercial and federal clients, as well as manages the accounts team. Bull joined the company in 1994, and prior to his business development focus, he was an operations manager for the western U.S. region, managing a diverse mix of commercial and federal business. He also spent time working on the Yucca Mountain Project as well as in a management role for the Department of Energy (DOE) Nevada Operations' architectural and engineering contract.