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Vencore Intelligence Group SVP, GM Kent Matlick Joins INSA Advisory Committee

Kent Matlick

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Jan. 25, 2018 — Kent Matlick, senior vice president and general manager of the intelligence group at Vencore, has been named to the Intelligence and National Security Alliance’s new advisory committee, GovCon Executive reported Wednesday.

INSA said Tuesday the 26-member panel will work to provide guidance on policy initiatives and other matters associated with the organization and its Intelligence and National Security Foundation nonprofit arm.

“I look forward to working with the committee to ensure INSA’s programs resonate within the Intelligence Community and deliver value to our membership and community partners,” said INSA President Chuck Alsup.

Matlick oversees Vencore’s geospatial intelligence and analytical operations in support of the intelligence sector.

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