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Jumper to retire from Leidos board

Marjorie Censer   | February 21, 2018

Leidos said today John Jumper, the contractor's former chief executive, will leave its board of directors at the end of his term.

His departure will bring to an end an 11-year tenure on the board. From 2012 to 2014, he was chairman and CEO and oversaw the split of Science Applications International Corp. into two companies, one of which was renamed Leidos.

Leidos said the board has launched a search to select a successor.

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