Thomas Carney

Lockheed Martin Corporation
Vice President, Program Assessment and Evaluation
Spring 2022 Integrated Program Management (IPM) Division Meeting
Thomas (Tom) Carney is Vice President, Lockheed Martin Corporation, Program Assessment and Evaluation and is responsible for Estimating, Program Finance, and Independent Cost Evaluation across the corporation. Additionally, to ensure consistent high quality corporate-wide processes and calibration to facilitate successful execution of contracted efforts. Mr. Carney has built a trusting relationship across the enterprise, as well as, with our customers and is involved in shaping the industry approach on Earned Value Management Surveillance and other areas of Finance and Business Operations.

Previously, Mr. Carney was Vice President Aeronautics Company, Program Management, Program Planning and Program Finance core organization and was responsible for people, processes and tools required to manage the Company’s business operations as well as ensuring compliance with DCMA/USG operational and reporting requirements from 2013-2020.
Prior positions include Finance Director, Business Management Integration for Aeronautics Company. In that role, he was responsible for integration across all Programs, all aspects of Program Financial Management from 2005 to 2013. Business Operations Director of Business Management Integration, F-16 Program. In that role, he was responsible for all aspects of Business Management including Proposing, Estimating, Contracting, Finance and Data Management from 2003 to 2005.  

Throughout his career, Mr. Carney has led several critical initiatives for Lockheed Martin Corporation, involving Earned Value Management Systems and in the Program Management area both supporting various programs across the corporation and assisting in successful program execution. 

Mr. Carney graduated from Austin College with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Mathematics and from Texas Christian University with a Master of Business Administration. 

Mr. Carney serves on the Board of Directors for Neely School of Business Executive MBA Program at Texas Christian University.