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HII Promotes Todd Borkey To Executive Vice President And Chief Technology Officer

NEWPORT NEWS – On September 26, Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII) announced the promotion of Todd Borkey to executive vice president and chief technology officer.

Borkey has served as chief technology officer of HII’s Mission Technologies since 2021. This promotion expands his responsibilities in technology strategy, research, and development to enhance existing business and drive future growth. He will report directly to HII President and CEO Chris Kastner.

“Todd has demonstrated true leadership in developing synergies between HII’s technologies and platforms, enhancing speed-to-mission for our customers and supporting our growth,” Kastner said in a release. “This new role expands HII’s opportunities for impact on behalf of our customers, employees, and shareholders alike.”

Borkey previously served as chief technology officer at Alion Science and Technology, Thales Defense and Security, and DRS Defense Solutions. Borkey also worked with Northrop Grumman and AT & T Bell Labs. He holds a master’s degree in engineering management from Stevens Institute of Technology and an undergraduate degree in applied mathematics.

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