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Scott Briggs Returns to ViON as DoD, IC Sales Director; Tom Frana Quoted

Scott Briggs, who worked at ViON as director of business development from 2011 to 2017, has returned to the company as director of Department of Defense and Intelligence Community sales.

The three-decade U.S. Navy veteran will work with DoD and IC customers to determine their technology requirements for the military and information technology modernization, ViON said Thursday.

He will also help promote the company’s products and as-a-service offerings, from cloud computing to artificial intelligence, in his new capacity.

“With over 34 years of both military and private sector experience, Briggs possesses deep insight into what defense agencies need to support mission success,” said ViON Chairman and CEO Tom Frana.

Briggs most recently served as senior vice president of Belcan’s government solutions strategic business and managed profit-and-loss functions for the enterprise information technology, advanced engineering and advisory services businesses.

He spent 20 years in the Navy’s reserves component and 10 years on active duty.

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