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Tony Frazier Named Global Field Operations Leader at Maxar

Tony Frazier

TYSONS CORNER, VA, April 26, 2019 — Tony Frazier, most recently president of Maxar Technologies’ (NYSE: MAXR) Radiant Solutions company, took a new role as head of Maxar’s global field operations earlier this month after the merger of Radiant with sister firms SSL and DigitalGlobe, ExecutiveBiz reported April 10.

Maxar CEO Dan Jablonsky said in a blog post published April 9 that Frazier, a 2019 Wash100 awardee, is now in charge of sales, business development, service delivery and account management for the company’s national security and commercial customers.

Frazier’s appointment was part of a series of executive moves in line with Maxar’s efforts to restructure the organization from one with four independent business units into an integrated entity with earth intelligence and space solutions as the two focus areas.

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