Bob Snodgress is the senior program manager for the Avionics Flight Hardware team at United Launch Alliance (ULA). In this role, he leads a multi-function team responsible for all aspects of subcontracted airborne Avionics component performance, from engineering support to component design, development and qualification, to technical and subcontract management of recurring component acceptance, delivery and integration. Avionics flight components managed by the team vary from simple measurement devices to complex guidance and navigation systems. He shares project executive responsibilities with L3 Technologies (L3T) in managing execution of a Long-Term Alliance Agreement (LTAA).
Over a career spanning more than 35 years, Snodgress has managed or participated in management of a wide array of subcontract relationships, including with General Dynamics as a Major Element Contractor providing Centaur upper stages to the Titan IV launch vehicle program and with Pratt & Whitney as a supplier of liquid rocket engines for Atlas and Delta launch vehicles.
He joined Martin Marietta, a predecessor company to Lockheed Martin and ULA, in June 1983.
Snodgress holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Organizational Management / Management of Human Resources from Colorado Christian University.