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Noblis’ Roger Mason Added to US Geospatial Intelligence Foundation Board

Roger Mason
Roger Mason

TYSONS CORNER, VA, July 12, 2016 — The U.S. Geospatial Intelligence Foundation has added Roger Mason, senior vice president of national security and intelligence at Noblis, to the organization’s board of directors, GovCon Executive reported Friday.

USGIF said Thursday Mason, an inductee into Executive Mosaic‘s Wash100 for 2016, will serve a three-year term alongside Carmen Medina, a CIA veteran and founder of MedinAnalytics as well as another new addition to the USGIF board.

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