Overview: Northrop Grumman in Colorado Springs Russ Anarde Corporate Lead Executive Colorado Springs / Omaha / Los Angeles

Four Operating Sectors At a Glance Capabilities represented in Colorado




Airborne Ground Surveillance / C2

Air Defense Systems

Command & Control Systems

C4ISR Networked Systems C4ISR Directed Energy Systems

EO/IR Targeting & Surveillance

Electronic Combat Operations

Marine & Undersea Systems

Environmental & Space Science Satellite Systems

Navigation & Positioning Systems

Global / Theater Strike Systems

Propulsion & Power Generation

ISR Satellite Systems Large -Scale Systems Integration MILSATCOM Systems Missile Defense Satellite Systems Naval BMC2 Strategic Space Systems


Unmanned Systems

Communications Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance Systems


Aircraft Subsystem / Component Sustainment & Modernization Aircraft System / Platform Sustainment & Modernization

Cyber Security

Defense & Government Services

Enterprise Systems & Security

Ground Vehicle Reconstitution

Radar Sensors & Systems

Federal, State/Local & Commercial

Integrated Logistics & Modernization

RF/IR Countermeasures

Health IT

Space Sensors

Homeland Security

Live, Virtual & Constructive Domains

Intelligence IT/Network Outsourcing

Nuclear Security Services Technical & Operational Training Support Training Solutions/Management Systems

Where We Are & What We Do in Colorado Locations – Work Performed – Number of Employees


684 employees

Colorado Springs


325 employees

- Space systems - Intelligence

- NGA OIR data broker multi-sensor mission processing, exploitation & dissemination

- Mission planning

- Mission ops, sustainment & distribution

- Analysis

- Mission data processing / O&M

- Missile Defense

- Space & missile warning

- Battle space awareness

- Technical intelligence & Space Situational Awareness mission processing /

- Data exploitation

963 employees

Includes 176 employees located at Schreiver AFB, Peterson AFB & Fort Carson


Cyber security Military satellite comms Missile defense Space control Intelligence Space Surveillance / SSA Space weather analysis and forecasting

- Space & satellite operations - C4ISR hardware / software instruction - Battle command training & training support / Mission support - Homeland Security training & exercise programs - Theatre missile early warning operations & sustainment

Northrop Grumman has an additional 174 employees located at other locations around the state


Colorado Profile Primary government customers Approximately 2,100 employees at 3 primary locations

Air Force Space Command, Peterson Air Force Base – Defense Support Program missile warning satellites – Space Based Infrared System payloads – Defense Metereological Satellite payloads & space weather analysis forecasting – Milstar & Advanced EHF protected SatCom payloads

Embedded with customers at several military bases

Air Force Life Cycle Management Center U.S. Northern Command North American Aerospace Defense Command National Reconnaissance Office

Corporate neighbor of choice in Colorado Springs area for nearly 30 years

U.S. Army Space & Missile Defense Command / Army Strategic Command –

Joint Tactical Ground Station

U.S. Missile Defense Agency – External Sensors Laboratory / BMDS OPIR Architecture – Space Tracking and Surveillance System Demonstration – Missile Defense Integration & Operations Center prime contractor under Joint National Integration Research & Development Center


Colorado Springs Site Economic Impact

 963 employees

$94 million annual payroll

 86 suppliers

$32 million in contracts

 Total economic impact

$126 million * * March 2014 Northrop Grumman Corporation


Colorado State Economic Impact

 2,146 employees

$220 million annual payroll

 398 suppliers

$181 million in contracts

 Total economic impact –

$401million* *March 2014 Northrop Grumman Corporation


Community Commitments Partnership with UCCS Breaks New Ground − Partnership with University of Colorado – Colorado Springs announced in January 2014 expands internship opportunities with Northrop Grumman in the state − The collaboration underscores the importance of the aerospace industry and the need for STEM education and jobs in the Colorado Springs area.

"Today's announcement is about tomorrow, to push the envelope of space science technology to support the country's defense.” Russ Anarde, Corporate Lead Executive, Colorado Springs

Duane Hardesty, right, Northrop Grumman lead for Operation IMPACT, speaks to service members in 2011 about hiring wounded veterans.. (Dustin Senger / Ft. Carson PAO)


"There's a growing shortage of science-based talent in the workplace and at universities. We will develop strategies and programs that will help attract, engage, excite and retain your talented students.” Veronica Nelson. Northrop Grumman campus relations manager