Vistronix taps new president of national intelligence sector

Vistronix has named Paul Falkler president, National Intelligence Sector.

This promotion comes in the wake of three intelligence-related acquisitions that Vistronix made at the end of 2014.

In his new role, Falkler will support the company’s vision of being a “new breed of middle-weight national security company,” Vistronix said in a release.

Falkler joined the company in May 2014 as corporate vice president for National Intelligence Advanced Programs. He joined the company from Varen Technologies, where he served as director of strategic development.

He has also held positions at BAE Systems, SAIC and Conquest.

He holds a bachelor’s degree from Towson University and an MBA from University of Baltimore.

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