Work History

Work History
Jan 2007 - Present

Business Development Manager

Lockheed Martin Enterprise Information Technology Solutions

Education

Education

Churchman Business College

Skills

Skills

Program Development

Program Management Resource Management Change Management

Interest

yoga skiing gardening reading exercising

Summary

Business development professional Christina Kauffman currently works for Lockheed Martin Enterprise Information Technology Solutions in Alexandria, Virginia. Prior to her experience with Lockheed Martin, she spent 18 years working closely with the United States Army. Christina Kauffman worked as a Supervisory Information Technology Specialist at Tobyhanna Army Depot in Pennsylvania for six years, beginning in 1989. During this time, she managed a team of 20 employees and oversaw program and financial control. 

Christina Kauffman then transitioned into a new role as Program Manager in 1995. After two years as Program Manager, she spent the following decade working in other management positions for the United States Army Corps of Engineers’ divisions before joining Lockheed Martin in 2007. 

Christina Kauffman participated in all phases of the proposal development for the Transportation Security Administration Infrastructure Program and won a Defense Threat Reduction Agency Contract in serving as Co-Capture and Management Volume Lead. Christina Kauffman also worked on new account development in the federal market and participated in all stages of the proposal development process. This position required her to handle initial request for proposal (RFP) invitations, client requirements assessments, bid reviews, and solution development.

In her current role as Capture Manager, Christina Kauffman utilizes and promotes U.S. General Services Administration and Governmentwide Acquisition contracts (GWACs) and recently led her company to win a lucrative United States Information Technology Agency contract. As a result, Lockheed Martin continues to maintain, manage, and provide support for the Pentagon’s data networks.