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Parsons VP Marianne Meins Named Federal Cyber Intell & Operations Sector Manager; Biff Lyons Comments

Marianne Means
Marianne Meins

Marianne Meins, a vice president at Parsons, has been appointed as manager of the company’s federal cyber intelligence and operations sector.

Meins, formerly a business development manager at Parsons’ defense and security division, will lead the company’s business activities with the intelligence community, Parsons said Monday.

She has more than 25 years of leadership experience in the intelligence, defense and homeland security sectors.

Biff Lyons, Parsons executive vice president and manager of the federal defense and security division, said Meins’ industry leadership and technical experience work to help the company’s efforts in cyber intelligence.

The federal cyber intelligence and operations division is part of Parsons’ federal business, one of the five units created in January under the company’s Forward reorganization initiative.

Meins also held several managerial and executive roles for Haystax Technology,  Agilex Technologies, Secure Mission Solutions,  Sim-G Technologies, Olive Group, General Dynamics (NYSE: GD), Veridian and Trident Data Systems.

She holds a bachelor’s degree in applied math and scientific programming from the University of California in San Diego as well as a master’s degree in computer studies and a doctorate in information assurance from George Mason University.

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