IT TAKES AN AMAZING TEAM TO KEEP OUR NATION SAFE
Bold thinking is welcome here. So is imagination, creativity, and leadership. Your ideas will power technologies and solutions to make Platforms: Smarter.
The expertise of General Dynamics Mission Systems is built upon 60+ years providing mission critical systems, products and capabilities to address global security priorities. Our strength comes from the thousands of engineering innovators who rise to the challenge each day by bringing true integrity, depth of understanding, and unsurpassed dedication to solve tough mission challenges.
Imagine. Inspire. Innovate. These words define and drive our engineering team to solve the toughest problems by imagining what’s possible, becoming inspired to make a difference one mission at a time, and innovating so that our customers successfully execute extremely complex missions. I’m honored to lead this talented team of incredibly smart people who bring their expertise, passion and voice to continually advance technology for our Nation’s security.
Lisa Finneran, Vice President of Engineering
Applying user understanding & system safety to the design of products & services.
Exploring new avenues of thought through innovative approaches.
It takes an amazing team to help keep our Nation safe.
Pioneer of Progress: Kevin Knott Provides Continuous Delivery with Confidence Using Microservice Architectures
Kevin Knott, team member and senior principal software engineer in Annapolis Junction, Maryland, about his team's innovative approach to offering data gathering and distribution enhancements through software development.
Each year, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) recognizes their top performing employees and partners with their Agency Honor Awards. This year, two General Dynamics Mission Systems employees were awarded much deserved medals.
General Dynamics Mission Systems Vice President of Engineering, Lisa Finneran, was awarded the Women in Technology (WIT) Leadership Award in the corporate large-market sector.