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Fred Turman Appointed NJVC Program Mgmt VP

Fred Turman
Fred Turman

Dr. Fred Turman, formerly acting west senior executive at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, has joined NJVC as vice president of program management.

The 25-year federal government veteran will lead a team of program managers responsible for carrying out programs and projects for customers, NJVC said Monday.

In his most recent role at NGA, Turman worked with the director on agency objectives for business and mission continuity, personnel, facilities, security, corporate relations and planning.

As deputy west senior executive, he oversaw resources assigned to the St. Louis metropolitan area and nine other NGA locations.

Prior to those roles, he served as director of NGA’s international support team in Europe and was responsible for building the agency’s relationships with partners on the continent.

He has also led a team of geospatial intelligence analysts as a director of a support team that worked with U.S. European Command.

In 2010, he deployed to Iraq as commander of an NGA task force and led a team of analysts and technicians that provided geospatial intelligence to warfighters and the State Department.

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