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John Fant, Michael Cameron Take Director Roles at Noblis NSP Subsidiary; Ellen McCarthy Comments

noblisJohn Fant and Michael Cameron have joined Noblis NSP, a subsidiary of scientific research and engineering services contractor Noblis, as directors of special intelligence programs and cyber solutions, respectively.

Both appointees hold decades of strategic development experience and aim to help grow NSP’s footprint in the defense, intelligence and law enforcement markets, Noblis said Friday.

NSP President Ellen McCarthy said Fant and Cameron will be instrumental as the company continues to develop its special intelligence programs and cyber services divisions as key players in the IC and security fields.

Fant previously managed the cyber and electronic warfare systems business at General Dynamics (NYSE: GD) and also served as a naval intelligence officer with the U.S. Navy.

Cameron is a U.S. Air Force veteran and most recently led the intelligence and homeland security business of  Leidos (NYSE: LDOS).

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