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Paul Falkler Joins Vistronix as National Intell Programs Corporate VP; John Hassoun Comments

Vistronix logoPaul Falkler, formerly director of strategic development at Varen Technologies, has joined Vistronix as corporate vice president for national intelligence programs.

Falkler will be responsible for Vistronix’s integration programs, capture initiatives and activities in mergers and acquisitions, the company said Wednesday.

John Hassoun, corporate president of Vistronix, said Falkler will work to help the company grow its offerings for the U.S. intelligence community clients.

Falkler previously served as VP and general manager for information technology and cybersecurity at BAE Systems before he joined Varen.

Falkler was also VP of strategic development at SAIC‘s (NYSE: SAI) intelligence and information services division from 2007 to 2010 and a partner and SVP at Conquest.

He helped lead Conquest through its sale to Boeing (NYSE: BA).

Falkler has also held leadership positions as program management and chief of human resources for technology and systems at the Defense Department.

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