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Roger Mason Returns to Noblis as SVP of National Security, Intelligence; Amr ElSawy Comments

L. Roger Mason
Roger Mason

Roger Mason, a former national security and intelligence vice president at Noblis before moving to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, has returned to Noblis as senior vice president of the NSI unit, Noblis said Wednesday

“We are very excited to welcome Dr. Mason back to Noblis, ” said Noblis CEO Amr ElSawy, adding Mason will handle the Noblis ESI subsidiary that provides support work to the intelligence community.

The nonprofit organization said Mason will also be in charge of the company’s national security activities, including intelligence,  homeland security, law enforcement and defense.

noblis“The challenges facing national security and intelligence are unprecedented in scale, complexity, and speed. This requires us to marshal the best of our efforts to do our part for the mission by integrating across Noblis’ capabilities, ” Mason said.

A recipient of the National Intelligence Distinguished Service Medal, Mason served as assistant director of national intelligence for systems and resource analyses at ODNI.

Prior to his first stint at Noblis, Mason held roles as director at the Institute for Defense Analyses and general manager of the General Dynamics advanced systems group.

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