General Dynamics [GD] on Tuesday said it has elected Christopher Marzilli to be the executive vice president of its Information Technology and Mission Systems segments effective Jan. 1, 2019, succeeding S. Daniel Johnson, who plans to retire at the end of 2018.
Marzilli has been president of the Mission Systems segment since January 2015 and will be succeeded there by Christopher Brady, who is the vice president of engineering at the segment. Through the first half of this year, Mission systems had more than $2.2 billion in sales.
“Chris Marzilli has played a pivotal role in building the Mission Systems business and in this new role, he will ensure both businesses continue to expand and meet the needs of our customers, employees and shareholders,” Phebe Novakovic, GD’s chairman and CEO, said in a statement. “Chris Brady has a wealth of experience in meeting our customer’s complex requirements and I am confident that with his leadership, General Dynamics Mission Systems will remain a global leader in mission-critical systems and electronics.”
Amy Gilliland is president of GD’s IT segment.