NJVC names new VP, program management

Turman comes to the company from the NGA

NJVC has named Frederick Turman  vice president, program management, where he will oversee the company’s team of program managers to effectively executive customer programs  and projects with established processes that meet industry standards.

Turman comes to NJVC from the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, where he served as acting west senior executive, supporting the director in the achievement of strategic agency objectives, the company said in a release.

He once represented the NGA director abroad in three consecutive international and military support roles, where he initiated and strengthened the agency’s relationship with European partners.

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