Vice President of Integrated Communication Systems
Raytheon Intelligence & Space
Denis Donohue is vice president of Integrated Communication Systems for Raytheon Intelligence & Space, a business of Raytheon Technologies. Donohue leads and oversees the Integrated Communication Systems organization, whose product portfolio includes protected satellite communications, cryptographic solutions, airborne mission computers, secure data links and identification friend or foe systems.
Before his current position, Donohue led Integrated Communication Systems at Raytheon Company’s Space and Airborne Systems business prior to Raytheon Company’s merger with United Technologies Corporation in 2020.
He previously was vice president of Space and Airborne Systems’ Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Systems mission area. Donohue served as senior director for the Surveillance and Targeting Systems product area and as director of the naval surface radar programs at Raytheon Company’s Integrated Defense Systems business, along with numerous program and product management roles on radars and electro-optical/infrared sensor systems.
Prior to joining Raytheon, Donohue was a researcher at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, where he was a principal staff scientist working on naval and missile defense radars and basic research and development. Donohue earned a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Rutgers University, a master’s degree in electrical engineering from Stanford University and a doctorate in electrical engineering and applied physics from Stanford University.