SAIC announced last week that Larry G. Hill has been appointed business unit GM in support of the company’s Mission Support Business Unit (MSBU), effective immediately.
Since joining SAIC in 2005, Hill has served in a variety of positions, including strategic planning, deputy business unit general manager, and acting general manager of SAIC’s space and geospatial intelligence business. In March 2011, he was named deputy general manager of the MSBU and, in August, began serving as acting general manager of that organization, which provides mission support in geospatial intelligence, intelligence analysis, technical operations, linguistics and cultural intelligence and mission services domains within the United States and abroad.
In 1997, Hill retired from the U.S. Air Force, where he held roles as intelligence analyst, satellite system engineer, program manager, and as staff officer serving at the Pentagon with responsibility for a satellite program providing intelligence to armed forces and other national agencies. He entered private industry, working as a manager, program manager and strategic planner for a number of intelligence and military programs. Hill reports to Stu Shea, President of SAIC’s Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group.
“Larry has made important contributions to the development and growth of SAIC’s space and geospatial intelligence and mission support business,” said Shea. “His extensive domain knowledge and experience will enable SAIC to continue our leadership and growth to deliver full-spectrum mission performance across the intelligence community.”