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Boison, Gregory

Director, Homeland & Cyber Security
Lockheed Martin

Greg Boison is the Director of Homeland & Cyber Security in Lockheed Martin’s IT & Security Solutions line of business.  In this role, Greg leads a diverse portfolio that includes the cybersecurity, CISO advisory, network operations, targeting & analysis, transportation security, agile development, and IT infrastructure businesses. 

After joining Lockheed Martin in 2002, Greg has led Lockheed Martin’s Department of Justice and FBI programs, and was a lead for the Energy & Environment line of business, where he oversaw program operations, research and development, and strategic new business.  His efforts involved information assurance, case management, grants review, litigation support, energy efficiency, site management and operations, environmental surveys, and nuclear safety.  His other experiences included managing a 300-person program for a classified customer and the largest system modernization for the National Archives and Records Administration.

Previously, Greg was with the Boston Consulting Group and the House Subcommittee on National Security, International Affairs, and Criminal Justice. In his position with the Subcommittee, Greg provided analysis and speechwriting for then-Subcommittee Chairman and Majority Deputy Whip Denis D. Hastert. 

At Dartmouth College, Greg was named a Presidential Scholar Research Assistant and completed an undergraduate degree in Government and Philosophy.  He continued graduate studies in Security Studies at Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service and received a Master’s Degree in Philosophy and Social Policy from George Washington University.


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