Laurence A. Price joined Lockheed Martin in 1982 and was appointed to his current position as Deputy Orion Program Manager in 2005. He is responsible for the development of NASA’s Orion crew exploration vehicle. Price previously served as Director of Space Transportation Strategic Development where he was responsible for Lockheed Martin Launch Systems’ long-term direction addressing Department of Defense, NASA and commercial space transportation systems. Price has led Lockheed Martin teams to successful project awards. As the Capture Director for the NASA Orbital Space Plane Program, he was responsible for positioning Lockheed Martin’s team to win the NASA crew rescue and transfer program in support of NASA’s Integrated Space Transportation Plan. As Director of the Crew Return Vehicle Project, he was responsible for project management and positioned Lockheed Martin Astronautics to win the NASA International Space Station rescue vehicle project. Price also led the Alternate Access to Space Station project, which developed a commercial logistics capability to autonomously deliver and return space station cargo. As the Director of Small Launch Vehicles, Price was responsible for the Athena and Multi-Service Launch System launch vehicle programs. The program team successfully launched the first flights of the Athena I and Athena II space launch vehicles and developed launch complexes at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California; Cape Canaveral, Florida; and Kodiak Island, Alaska. During this assignment, he was responsible for the launch of five Athena I and II vehicles for NASA and commercial customers including Taiwan’s first space launch, and 2 MSLS vehicles for the Air Force. Price also served as Director, Titan II Space Launch Vehicle program, and was responsible for cost schedule and performance of the Air Force Titan II system. During this assignment, he recovered the project from a $15M overrun to a $10M underrun on a fixed price incentive fee contract. In addition, Price was a project engineer on the NASA Space Shuttle Air Force payload integration contract responsible for the design and qualification of a cargo bay contamination instrument Ascent Particle Monitor which flew numerous times. He was also responsible for mission planning and integration of two Shuttle payloads, Storable Fluid Management Demonstration and Interim Operational Contamination Monitor. Prior to joining Lockheed Martin in 1982, Price was a project manager at Los Alamos Technical Associates, New Mexico, responsible for analysis and testing of nuclear weapons effects on aerospace structures. He also worked as a project engineer at Hughes Helicopter Company, California, responsible for development and FAA certification of improvements to the OH-6A helicopter. Price earned his B. S. in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Colorado, Boulder and completed the Program Management Course from Defense Systems Management College, Virginia. He has 30 years of experience.