Michael McKloskey Named Parsons Business Dev’t VP for Cyber, Intelligence Market

Michael McKloskey Named Parsons Business Dev’t VP for Cyber, Intelligence Market
Michael McKloskey VP Parsons

Michael McKloskey, a nearly 16-year intelligence industry veteran, has joined Parsons (NYSE: PSN) as vice president of business development for the cyber and intelligence market. 

McKloskey will directly report to Robert Miller, senior VP of business development at Parsons, as he helps oversee initiatives in the cyber and intelligence market, the company said Tuesday.

“Michael’s operational understanding of the Intelligence Community will provide significant value in increasing our strategic growth and pipeline development,” said Miller. “We are fortunate to have his leadership and experience capturing multi-million intelligence, analytics, information technology and cyber security services-focused business.”

Prior to Parsons, McKloskey spent a decade at Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH), where he most recently served as strategic business development lead for cyber. He previously worked as an associate at Avascent and as an analytic team lead at the National Security Agency.

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