Intell Community Vet Jerry Blixt Joins PAE; Chico Moline Quoted

Intell Community Vet Jerry Blixt Joins PAE; Chico Moline Quoted
Jerry Blixt Account Director PAE

PAE (Nasdaq: PAE) has appointed Jerry Blixt, a 30-year intelligence community veteran, as an account director to help build up the company’s business portfolio with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and the National Reconnaissance Office.

He will also help develop service platforms and expand the company’s business relationships as a subject matter expert, PAE said Wednesday.

“Jerry’s extensive background gives him valuable insight to support the growth strategy of our National Security Solutions division,” said NSS President Chico Moline. “His deep understanding of intelligence community interests will help us better serve our customers and open up opportunities to expand our intelligence support.”

Blixt held various positions at the NGA, National Security Agency, Defense Intelligence Agency and other agencies within IC. His private sector experience included executive roles at Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE) and BAE Systems.

He is a former member of NGA’s board of directors and executive committee and founder of a service-disabled veteran-owned small business focused on serving intelligence agencies.

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