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ViON Names Lee Shabe Cloud Solutions VP; Tom Frana Comments

VionLogoLee Shabe, formerly president and general manager at L-3 Communications’ (NYSE: LLL) national security solutions unit, has joined ViON as vice president of the cloud solutions program management office.

Shabe will be responsible for pricing, program management and delivery of ViON’s cloud platforms and as-a-service offerings, ViON said Wednesday.

Tom Frana, ViON president and CEO and an inductee into Executive Mosaic’s Wash100 for 2016, said Shabe would help the firm facilitate the delivery of cloud platforms and related services to its clients. Tom-Frana

The 20-year intelligence and defense industry veteran helped L-3 NSS, which is now part of CACI International (NYSE: CACI), develop commercial sales and go-to-market strategies for the firm’s commercial products and services.

Shabe previously worked at defense contractor Tiburon Associates as a solution architect before he moved to Data Tactics Corp., where he served as a vice president.

He spent four years as a special agent at the U.S. Air Force’s office of special investigations and six years as an investigative associate at the International Justice Mission.

He is a member of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association.

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