Julian Warrick is the Vice President of Business Development and Strategy of AmeriinfoVets Inc. serving in the role since its inception. As the VP for Business Development, Mr. Warrick is responsible for strategy, new business acquisition, and strategic business and related technology partnerships.
Prior to AmeriinfoVets Inc Mr. Warrick completed a 30 year career with Lockheed Martin Corporation having worked across multiple business areas and disciplines including Rotary and Mission Systems (RMS), Information Systems and Global Solutions (IS&GS), and Corporate Headquarters in the roles of Director of Radar Engineering, Director of Business Development, Director of Government Business Relations/Chief of Staff for two successive Corporate Chairmen, and Director of Technology Strategy and Systems Integration.
Responsibilities during his tenure at Lockheed Martin included the management of the NEXGEN Cyber Innovation and Technology Center (NCITE), strategic technology partnerships, company-level and engineering strategic plan development, corporate-wide systems integration initiatives, Independent Research and Development (IRAD) project management including planning and budgeting. Mr. Warrick led the non-for-profit Cyber Security Research Alliance (CSRA) as its interim President and developed and executed the IS&GS-Civil Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) strategy while also supporting the company’s engagement with the Maryland Business Roundtable for Education. He managed business development teams for multiple lines of business’ new business growth with full accountability for new business interests, associated captures and the management of IRAD and Bid and Proposal (B&P) investment budgets. Customers included US Navy, Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Census Bureau, Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), UK National Air Traffic Services (NATS), and other international customers. Mr. Warrick also served as the special assistant to 2 Lockheed Martin Chairmen & CEOs where he supported legislative and Pentagon strategy development, co-authored telecom policy recommendations to President George W. Bush as part of LM CEOs chairmanship of the National Security and Telecommunications Advisory Committee (NSTAC) and staffed major industry association (e.g. AIA and AIAA) leadership and participation roles for the Chairmen.