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Former Fulcrum Exec Ken Diller Takes Chief Growth Officer, EVP Roles at Intrepid

Jeff Brody
Ken Diller

Ken Diller, formerly vice president of corporate development at Fulcrum IT Services, has been appointed executive VP and chief growth office of Intrepid Solutions and Services.

He will oversee Intrepid's efforts to grow operations and offerings for the intelligence and national security sectors, as well as help execute its strategy for mergers and acquisitions, the company said Tuesday.

The 30-year military and intelligence veteran worked at Fulcrum for five years before he joined Huntington Ingalls Industries (NYSE: HII) in February through the latter's acquisition of the IT provider. He most recently led HII's defense and national intelligence group.

His industry career also included positions at CGI, Stanley and Oberon Associates.

He spent two decades at the U.S. Army and worked in various roles such as senior intelligence officer of the service branch's G2 Initiatives Group, deputy commander of the 501st Military Intelligence Brigade and  commander of the 306th Military Intelligence Battalion.

Sterling, Va.-based Intrepid offers enterprise information technology, data analysis and operational training services to the IC market.

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