Vice President of Integration & GPS OCX
Raytheon Intelligence & Space
William “Bill” Sullivan is vice president of Integration and the Global Positioning System Next-Generation Operational Control System program for Raytheon Intelligence & Space, a business of Raytheon Technologies. He leads the GPS OCX program and is responsible for the development of a modernized, cyber-secure capability for the U.S. Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center and serves as general manager of the Aurora, Colorado facility.
Sullivan held the same position at Raytheon Company’s Intelligence, Information and Services business prior to Raytheon Company’s merger with United Technologies Corporation in 2020.
Prior to his current role, Sullivan led the Joint Polar Satellite System program for NASA from its inception in 2010. In 2012, he was awarded the NASA Outstanding Public Leadership Medal, the second-highest honor bestowed to civilians by that agency, and the Raytheon Program Leadership Excellence Award. In 2013 and 2019, he received the Raytheon’s Chief Executive Officer Award, the highest achievement award in the company.
Sullivan joined Raytheon, then Hughes Aircraft Missile Systems, in 1985. He specialized in a variety of technical roles in missile system integration. Throughout his career, he has held a variety of technical and managerial positions including chief software engineer, program subcontract manager, program manager and subproduct line director.
Sullivan earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Arizona and a master’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Southern California. He is a graduate of Raytheon’s Executive Leadership Summit program and is a Raytheon Level 1 certified program manager.