Michael Strianese

CEO
L-3 Communications

L-3’s Michael Strianese Named to Wash100 for Market Vision and Nimble Leadership

Michael Strianese

Michael StrianeseExecutive Mosaic is honored to announce Michael Strianese, president, chairman and CEO of L-3 Communications as the newest inductee into the Wash 100, the premier group of leaders who create value for the American public and execute strategic vision at the intersection of the public and private sectors.

L-3 credits Strianese with playing a key role in its 1997 formation and served as its first vice president and controller when it would go public a year later in 1998.

The next decade saw Strianese add on increasingly great executive responsibility, booked ended by assuming the role of chairman in 2008. During that period, he elevated to senior vice president of finance in 2001, chief financial officer in 2005, and president, CEO and company director in 2006.

L3 logoStrianese played another major role in the structure of the firm when he announced in late 2011 that after a yearlong review with the board and company management that L-3 would spin-off some of its government services operations into publicly-traded company called Engility, a transaction that completed in July 2012.

“Through the transaction, L-3 will have a sharper focus on areas that are core to our strategy of providing market-leading, value-added products and solutions to our customers,” Strianese said.

L-3 has since formed a National Security Group to house its cyber, intelligence and security solutions and Strianese has overseen L-3’s efforts to extend its Defense Department and classified business reach, including through its acquisition of radar sensor maker Mustang Technology.

Strianese has also helped move the company expand in other markets, including civil simulation through L-3’s 2012 pick up of Thales Training & Simulation Ltd’s civil aircraft simulation and training business.

He is chairman of the Aerospace Industries Association and a member on the council on Foreign Relations.

Executive Mosaic extends its congratulations to Michael and the rest of the L-3 organization.

Personal Media

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Retired Navy Officer Gary Rosholt Joins L3 as VP for Mideast Operations; Michael Strianese Comments Feb 09, 2017
L3 Unveils Leadership Changes as Company Moves to Split Electronic Systems Segment Jan 26, 2017
L3 Technologies Plans Aircraft Simulator Production, Training Hubs in London Jan 10, 2017
TSA Orders L-3 Airport Security Scanners; Michael Strianese Comments Dec 21, 2016
L-3 Awarded UK Joint Remote Viewing Terminal Supply Contract; Michael Strianese Comments Oct 25, 2016
L-3 Kicks Off Logistics Support for Air Force KC-10 Tanker Fleet; Michael Strianese Comments Oct 12, 2016
L-3 Releases Electro-Optical IR Imaging Tech for Small Aircraft Oct 05, 2016
L-3 Seeks Pilot Training Business Growth Through Aerosim Buy Oct 04, 2016
L-3 Closes Purchase of RF, Electronic Warfare Business Micreo; Michael Strianese Comments Oct 03, 2016
Exelis Vet Ann Davidson Joins L-3 as SVP & General Counsel Aug 15, 2016
L-3 to Integrate Electron Devices Unit With Manufacturing Operations; Michael Strianese Comments May 17, 2016
L-3 Agrees on $550M Gov't Services Segment Sale to CACI Dec 08, 2015
L-3 Records 3Q Loss on Nat'l Security Solutions Segment Writedown; Michael Strianese Updates Investors on NSS Separation Oct 29, 2015
L-3 Adds New ISR Tools with ForceX Acquisition; KippsdeSanto's Karl Schmidt on ISR's M&A Environment Oct 14, 2015
WSJ: L-3 Eyes Potential Separation of Nat’l Security Business Jul 31, 2015
Mark Von Schwarz Named President of L-3 Aerospace Systems; John McNellis Comments Jun 04, 2015
Michael Strianese: L-3 Wraps Up Marine Systems Business Sale May 29, 2015
Wartsila to Buy L-3's Marine Systems Int'l Business for $357M; MIchael Strianese Comments Dec 16, 2014
L-3 Board Authorizes $1.5B Stock Repurchase; Michael Strianese Comments Dec 05, 2014
Michael Strianese: L-3 Buys Data Tactics Corp. for Analytics Market Push Mar 05, 2014

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