Vistronix names new national intelligence programs VP

Vistronix, a provider of tech and intelligence solutions to national security agencies, has named Paul Falkler as its new corporate vice president for national intelligence programs.

In his new role, Falkler will support the Reston, Va.-based Vistronix’ large capture, mergers and acquisitions and strategy work as the firm looks to expand its capabilities within the federal intelligence community, the company said in a news release.

Falkler comes to Vistronix from Varen Technologies, where he served as director of strategic development. He has worked for such large companies as BAE Systems, where he served as general manager in charge of IT and cybersecurity, and SAIC, where he led the business development of the intelligence and information systems business unit.

Falkler earned a bachelor’s degree from Towson University and an M.B.A. from the University of Baltimore, and he served in a variety of human resources and IT roles in the Defense Department for more than a decade.

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