Frank Armijo serves as the vice president of Energy Solutions within Lockheed Martin’s Information Systems and Global Solutions-Civil organization. Mr. Armijo leads a team of 2,900 employees responsible for providing a full range of energy and environmental services and solutions to government, commercial and regulated industry clients. His organization supports the Department of Energy, Environmental Protection Agency, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Federal Energy Management Programs and eight of the ten largest utilities in the United States.
Mr. Armijo has more than 25 years of professional experience, including 16 years in leadership roles within Lockheed Martin. Mr. Armijo also serves as president and general manager of the Mission Support Contract, a $3.1 billion Lockheed Martin joint venture supporting the Department of Energy Hanford site. He has previously served with increasing levels of responsibilities in support of federal and commercial programs and captures including the Veterans Health Administration, Energy Northwest, Department of Homeland Security, Department, and several other government and commercial clients. His experience also included program management and business development within Lockheed Martin. Mr. Armijo started his career a Systems Engineer.
In addition to business strategy and capture, customer relations and systems engineering experience, Mr. Armijo has been actively involved in the community and mentors future leaders within the Corporation. He has served on the Washington Technology Center Board of Directors and was elected to two terms on the Washington Technology Industry Association. As Chairman of a regional economic development organization, TRIDEC, Frank led the effort to turn Washington State University Tri-Cities into a four-year institution. With a focus on education, he served and led the Columbia Basin College Board of Trustees, was a founding board member of the Reading Foundation and Leadership Tri-Cities, was appointed to Washington Learns chaired by Governor Christine Gregoire, and co-founded the Hispanic Academic Achievers Program which has provided over $2 million in scholarships to students pursuing a higher education.
Mr. Armijo is a graduate of Eastern Washington University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Management Information Systems, with a minor in Communications following earning an Associates of Arts and an Applied Science Degree in Computer Science from Columbia Basin College. During his career, he has completed Executive courses at MIT Sloan School of Management and Stanford University. He is a Project Management Professional (PMP), a trained Green Belt, and has received several of the Corporation’s highest awards, including the IS&GS Golden Eagle, 2005 NOVA Award for Leadership, and 2009 NOVA Teamwork Award. In 2011, he received the Executive Excellence Award from the Hispanic Engineer National Achievement Awards Corporation (HENAAC). Mr. Armijo is a Paul Harris Fellow and a recipient of the North Star Award from the Boy Scouts of America.