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Northrop Grumman Northrop Grumman

El ectroni c Systems
J uly 2014
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on U.S. Government contracts; the effect of economic conditions in the United States and globally; changes in government and
f f f customer priorities and requirements; government budgetary constraints; shifts or reductions in defense spending resulting from
budget pressures and/or changes in priorities, sequestration under the Budget Control Act of 2011, a continuing resolution with limited
new starts; the lack of annual appropriations legislation or otherwise; debt-ceiling limits and disruption to or shutdown of government
operations; timing of payments; changes in import and export policies; changes in customer short-range and long-range plans; major
program terminations; the acquisition, deferral, reduction or termination of contracts or programs; our non-U.S. business, including
legal, regulatory, financial, security and governmental risks related to doingbusiness internationally; the outcome of litigation, claims, legal, regulatory, financial, security and governmental risks related to doing business internationally; the outcome of litigation, claims,
audits, appeals, bid protests and investigations; our ability to recover certain costs under U.S. Government contracts; market
conditions; our ability to access capital; performance and financial viability of key suppliers and subcontractors; interest anddiscount
rates or other changes that may impact pension plan assumptions and actual returns on pension plan assets; the adequacy of our
insurance coverage and recoveries; the costs of environmental remediation; our ability to attract and retain qualified personnel;
changes in health care costs and requirements; changes in organizational structure and reporting segments; acquisitions, dispositions,
spin off transactions joint ventures strategic alliances and other business arrangements; possible impairments of goodwill or other spin-off transactions, joint ventures, strategic alliances and other business arrangements; possible impairments of goodwill or other
intangible assets; the effects of legislation, regulations, and other changes in accounting, tax, defense procurement or other rules or
practices; technical, operational or quality setbacks in contract performance; availability of materials and supplies; controlling costs of
fixed-price development programs; domestic and international competition; potential security threats, information technology attacks,
natural disasters and other disruptions not under our control; and other risk factors and other important factors disclosed in our Form
10-K for the year ended December 31, 2013, and other filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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Northrop Grumman Today
Leading global security company
2013 sales of ~$24.7 billion
Leadingcapabilities Leading capabilities
Unmanned Systems
Cyber
C4ISR C4ISR
Logistics
Strike aircraft
Electronic Systems
2013 sales of $7.1 billion
2013 operating margin rate of 17.1% p g g
$9.6 billion backlog (6/30/14)
~17,000 employees
Top tier global defense electronics supplier
Strong sustainable performance for shareholders and customers Strong sustainable performance for shareholders and customers
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Electronic Systems Value Proposition
Performance
Margin performance and cash generation
Invest and innovate for affordability
Diverse, engaged workforce
Strategy - sustainable competitive differentiation Strategy sustainable competitive differentiation
Protect the core and adapt existing solutions
Capitalize on extensive installed base
I t ti l i l b l International expansion on global core
Invest in select breakthroughs and near adjacencies
Elevate partnerships, supply chain
Risk Management
Focus on execution
Smart capture management p g
Scalable enterprise
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Financial Performance
Stable revenue performance in
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Sales and Margin
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challenging budget environment
Outstanding margin rate performance
>400 bps margin rate e pansion
13 4%
14.5%
17.1%
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16%
18%
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17.1%
>400 bps margin rate expansion
Solid program performance
Disciplined focus on cost and
affordability
12.6%
13.4%
12%
14%
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affordability
Portfolio shaping to focus on
core competencies
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Cash
Consistently strong cash
conversion
Lowcapital requirements
4%
6%
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Low capital requirements
2% 0
2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
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Strategy
Core Core Near Adjacencies Near Adjacencies
Fixed-Wing
Rotary
Air Force Marines
Protecting and Adapting Protecting and Adapting Transitioning Transitioning
International International Long Long- -Term Differentiation Term Differentiation
Capital
investment
Common building
blocks across
domains
Outstanding CRAD Technology
Centers of
Excellence
Sustained high
IR&D
Expanding Expanding Investing for the Future Investing for the Future
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performance breakthroughs
Portfolio Where We Work
Baltimore, MD
C4ISR: Radar, Exploitation
International
Employees: 2,000
Revenue: 24%
UnitedStates United States
Employees: 15,000
Revenue: 76%
Rolling Meadows, IL
C4ISR & Cyber/NK: EO/IR,
Electronic Warfare
Sunnyvale, CA
Precision Gear, Heavy Machinery
Serving an installed base in ~70 nations across six continents Serving an installed base in ~70 nations across six continents
Woodland Hills, CA
C4ISR: Navigation, Situational Awareness
Azusa, CA
C4ISR: Space Sensors
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Portfolio Who We Serve
Our Customers
46%
54%
7%
U.S. Army
Prime Sub
22%
U.S. Air
Force
20%
U.S. Navy
28%
72%
23%
International
28%
Other U S
72%
Competitive Sole Source
Other U.S.
Govt
38%
62%
75%
Cost Type Fixed Price/T&M All data are based on 2013 Sales
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Sales $7.1B
Portfolio What We Do
Sit Awareness
5%
Business Focus Areas
C4ISR Business Focus Area
Cyber
Other
12%
PED
6%
5%
C4ISR
68%
Navigation
9%
11%
Radar
61%
EO/IR
28%
60%
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PED = Processing, Exploitation and Dissemination
All data are based on 2013 Sales
C4ISR
Radar / RF
Key capabilities
Fire control airborne earlywarning&
Space Sensors
Key capabilities
Missile warningsensors
Fire control, airborne early warning &
control, tactical surveillance, maritime
surveillance, air and missile defense
Key products / programs
F-35, F-22, F-16 radar family
Missile warning sensors
Weather sensors
Active and passive RF and EO
Key products / programs
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737 MESA, AWACS
Global Hawk, Triton, J oint STARS
TPS-78, G/ATOR
SPQ 9B
DSP, SBIRS
Key opportunities
Restricted
SPQ-9B
Key opportunities
Global F-16, airborne surveillance, global
ground-based air defense upgrade market
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C4ISR (continued)
Electro-Optical
Key capabilities
Targeting
Key capabilities
IR warning and jamming
Threat warning sensors
Key products / programs
Targeting and surveillance;
ranging, designation and
illumination
Key products / programs
IRCM product family
Key opportunities
Integrated aircraft self-
Key products / programs
LITENING, F-35 Distributed
Aperture System (DAS), LLDR
Key opportunities
protection equipment
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LITENING expansion
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C4ISR (continued)
Processing, Exploitation and
Dissemination (PED)
Situational Awareness
Key capabilities
Key capabilities
Enterprise integration of multi-
intelligence mission data across
all domains
Modular integrated avionics suites
and components
Key products / programs
Blackhawk cockpit
Key products / programs
DCGS
SBIRS Ground Processing
Blackhawk cockpit
Key opportunities
International upgrades
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Key opportunities
International
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Navigation
Key capabilities
Inertial navigation and positioning Inertial navigation and positioning
systems
Key products / programs
Wide array of products for ships, aircraft,
space craft, and weapons systems
Key opportunities Key opportunities
GPS-challenged environments
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Cyber
(including Non-Kinetic / Electronic Warfare)
Key capabilities
Electronic attack, electronic support,
information operations, special
communications, EW simulation
Key products / programs
ALQ-218, APR-39, P-8 EWSP and
ESM, DoD and Intel Community y
programs
Key opportunities
U d EW Unmanned EW
Restricted
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Marine & Undersea
Key capabilities
Naval power and propulsion, control Naval power and propulsion, control
systems, launchers, integrated bridge
systems, undersea sensors/controls
Key products / programs Key products / programs
Machinery controls, nuclear instrumentation
and control, mine countermeasures,
support to current U.S. submarine force
Key opportunities
International mine hunting, surface and
subsurface sensors/controls subsurface sensors/controls
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Diverse Portfolio for Value Growth
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Electronic Systems Value Proposition
Performance
Margin performance and cash generation
Invest and innovate for affordability
Diverse, engaged workforce
Strategy - sustainable competitive differentiation Strategy - sustainable competitive differentiation
Protect the core and adapt existing solutions
Capitalize on extensive installed base
I t ti l i l b l International expansion on global core
Invest in select breakthroughs and near adjacencies
Elevate partnerships, supply chain
Risk Management
Focus on execution
Smart capture management
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Smart capture management
Scalable enterprise