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David Lee Named Vistronix Intelligence, Digital Data President; John Hassoun Comments

VistronixDavid Lee, formerly vice president of strategy and operations at Noblis NSP, has joined software development and analytics contractor Vistronix as president of the intelligence and digital data business.

Vistronix said Tuesday Lee will oversee the company’s strategy and technology programs for the delivery of its analytics offerings to intelligence and law enforcement agencies.

“[We] are pleased that David Lee has joined our team to lead our D.C. and northern Virginia intelligence and law enforcement agencies business, ” said John Hassoun, president and CEO of Vistronix.

Lee joined Noblis in June 2014 upon the nonprofit organization’s acquisition of National Security Partners, where he served as chief operating officer.

He has also founded LMN Solutions in 2005 and worked as its CEO through 2012.

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