Leidos said today Timothy Reardon, the head of the company's defense and intelligence group, will leave the company.
In a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Leidos said Reardon notified the company of his intention to resign on July 27. His resignation is effective Aug. 10 and is “to pursue other business interests,” Leidos said.
Reardon was previously general manager of Lockheed Martin's information systems and global solutions business, which was merged with Leidos in 2016. He was a CIA officer for 10 years.