MDA, a Maxar Technologies company, has appointed Chris Pogue to serve as president of the newly created MDA Government division. In addition, MDA has announced an organizational shift to better align with the market and customers’ needs.
Pogue assumes responsibility for taking MDA Government to the next level of growth and profitability and will report to Mike Greenley, the group president of MDA. Pogue will have responsibility for defense, Earth observation systems, enterprise IT, and government space robotics.
Most recently, Pogue served as vice president, of Mission Systems International and vice president of public safety and security solutions at General Dynamics Mission Systems, where he worked for eight years.
In conjunction with this change to better align with market and customer needs, MDA has also established the MDA Commercial division to manage commercial space robotics, commercial or industrial products, antennas and electronics, payloads, and non-space products. MDA is pursuing the appointment of the MDA Commercial division president and plans to optimize around the new structure by the end of 2018.
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