|Mr. Joseph J. Hartnett||Interim Chief Exec. Officer, Interim Pres and Director||285.37k||N/A||61|
|Mr. Joseph G. McCormack||Chief Financial Officer and Sr. VP||481.73k||N/A||54|
|Mr. Gordon B. Madlock||Sr. VP of Operations||313.14k||N/A||59|
|Mr. Joseph T. Schneider||Sr. VP of Sales and Marketing||273.94k||N/A||N/A|
|Mr. Steven M. Korwin||Sr. VP of Quality & Engineering||271.7k||N/A||54|
Sparton Corporation, together with its subsidiaries, provides design, development, and manufacturing services for electromechanical devices; and engineered products in electromechanical value stream. The company operates through two segments, Manufacturing & Design Services (MDS), and Engineered Components & Products (ECP). The MDS segment is involved in contract design, manufacturing, and aftermarket repair and refurbishment of printed circuit card assemblies, sub-assemblies, full product assemblies, and cable/wire harnesses, as well as develops embedded software and software quality assurance services in connection with medical devices and diagnostic equipment. This segment serves original equipment manufacturers and emerging technology customers serving the medical and biotechnology, military and aerospace, and industrial and commercial markets. The ECP segment designs, develops, and produces proprietary products for domestic and foreign defense, and commercial applications. It offers anti-submarine warfare devices for the U.S. Navy and foreign governments; ruggedized flat panel display systems for military panel PC workstations, air traffic control and industrial, and commercial marine applications; and high performance industrial grade computer systems and peripherals, as well as develops and markets commercial products for underwater acoustics and microelectromechanical based inertial measurement. This segment also performs an engineering development function for the United States military and prime defense contractors. The company was founded in 1900 and is headquartered in Schaumburg, Illinois.
Sparton Corporation’s ISS Governance QualityScore as of April 1, 2017 is 4. The pillar scores are Audit: 10; Board: 2; Shareholder Rights: 4; Compensation: 4.