Intelligent Decisions taps new BD manager of training, simulation unit

Intelligent Decisions has named Dexter Conrad business development manager of the company’s training and simulation unit.

In his new role, Conrad will be responsible for expanding the company’s training and simulation program within the Defense Department and in civilian agencies such as the Homeland Security and State departments, the company said in a release.

He joins the company after working in senior management roles at L-3 Communications and Engility Corp. Before that, Conrad spent more than 20 years in the Marine Corps, retiring as a combat-wounded veteran, Intelligent Decisions said.

“Our training and simulation practice has grown out of ID’s commitment to serving government mission needs through innovative solutions. Dexter’s experience will allow ID to better prepare our military for the situations they will encounter in theater and will help us identify new opportunities in the training and simulation space,” said Clarence Pape, vice president, training & simulation, Intelligent Decisions.

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