Brian Loggins

Manager, Strategic Analysis, Initiatives & Operations Cyber & Intelligence Mission Solutions (CIMS) Division, Northrop Grumman Mission Systems
Brian Loggins

Brian Loggins

Manager, Strategic Analysis, Initiatives & Operations Cyber & Intelligence Mission Solutions (CIMS) Division, Northrop Grumman Mission Systems

Biography

Brian Loggins is the lead for Strategic Analysis, Initiatives and Operations within the CIMS Division strategy team. He has held this position since July 2014. In this position, Loggins is responsible for coordinating the division’s Long Range Strategic Plan, Resource Boards, and planning various cyber initiatives across the company, as well as overall operations of the CIMS Division strategy team.

Prior to this, Loggins was director, Mission Integration for the Integrated Intelligence Systems business unit (IISBU) within the Intelligence Systems Division. He was responsible for leading IISBU’s strategic campaigns; bringing products, technology, strategy, and thought leadership together to help drive new business.

From December 2011 to July 2013, Loggins joined Booz Allen Hamilton as a principal leading business development for their NRO/NGA account and supporting Army geospatial business initiatives.

Brian worked at Northrop Grumman in business development for nearly eight years from August of 2004 to December 2011. His assignments culminated in director, Business Development for the IISBU, reaching $650 million in annual sales with a staff of 22 people working business development, capture, proposals and marketing.

Before joining industry, Loggins was a Corps of Engineer Officer in the U.S. Army for 21 years. He served in various command and staff positions that culminated as a lieutenant colonel on the Army staff in the Pentagon. There, he served as the senior geospatial officer for both the Chief of Engineers and the Army G2/Intelligence.

Loggins earned a bachelor of engineering degree in civil engineering from Vanderbilt University and a master of engineering degree in engineering management from the University of Louisville.