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Babel Street adds Dillow to leadership team

Data discovery and analytics software provider Babel Street has announced a second key hire to its government leadership team following the February appointment of a retired Army two-star general to head expansion efforts.

Dave Dillow, a two-decade Defense Department veteran, has joined Babel Street as director of publicly-available information programs to coordinate engagements with current and potential DOD customers, Babel Street said Wednesday.

His career in government includes service in the Air Force, Defense Intelligence Agency and stints with special operations components that included three tours to Afghanistan.

Since 2003, Dillow has led efforts to integrate publicly-available information programs into intelligence and special operations agencies, plus partner countries.

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