Wall takes charge of business development for Lockheed unit

Lockheed Martin has named Mary Wall director of business development for the company's Enterprise Solutions and Services (ES&S) division.

In this new role, Wall will advance the business opportunities for ES&S’ Professional Services line of business. The business line involves enterprise design and architectures, infrastructure design and installation, application support, desktop and network support, help-desk support, information assurance, advanced presentation systems, policy development and planning, and global information systems support.

ES&S is part of Lockheed Martin's Information Systems and Global Services business area.

Wall comes to Lockheed Martin from Unisys Federal Systems, where she was area sales director for federal civilian sales. Before that, she was the client relationship executive for the General Services Administration account. During her career at Unisys, Wall was also a business development manager responsible for pursuing Coast Guard, U.S. Postal Service, Transportation Department and U.S. Army Reserves business opportunities.

Wall serves on the board of directors for the Association for Federal Information Resources Management and the Industry Advisory Council, where she is a member of the Executive Leadership Conference committee. She also holds leadership positions with the Government Electronics and IT Association's annual Vision Conference. Wall was recently elected to the Women’s Center Board of Directors. She received the Women in Technology 2004 Founders Leadership award and is a mentor for the group's Mentor-Protégé program. She is also a member of Capital Speakers Club.

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