Garrett Pagon to Succeed Omar Balkissoon as OGSystems CEO in Series of Exec Moves

Garrett Pagon

OGSystems has announced a series of leadership changes as CEO and Co-founder Omar Balkissoon transitions to the role of board chairman of the Chantilly, Virginia-based defense and intelligence technology contractor.

Garrett Pagon, OGSystems president and co-founder, will succeed Balkissoon as CEO of the company, OGSystems said Tuesday.

Omar Balkissoon

Balkissoon will also serve as CEO of GeoSpark Analytics, an OGSystems startup spinout.

Pagon co-founded OGSystems with Balkissoon in 2005 and previously served in the U.S. Air Force as an intelligence officer.

Steve Martin, formerly executive partner at OGSystems, has been promoted to chief operating officer.

Steve Martin

Martin has more than two decades of experience in defense and intelligence communities and has been responsible for all client programs within OGSystems for over 10 years.

He previously worked at Touchstone Consulting Group as a consultant and served in the U.S. Marine Corps.

Dan Ehrmantraut

Dan Ehrmantraut, formerly financial planning and analysis manager at OGSystems, has been named chief financial officer with responsibility over the company’s corporate accounting, contract and subcontracting management, program control, financial reporting operations.

Ehrmantraut joined OGSystems in 2014 and was instrumental in the establishment of the firm’s in-house finance and accounting department.

He previously served as a financial analyst at Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) and Vencore.

 

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