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Nokia CSTO Nishant Batra Joins Quad Investors Network’s Advisory Board; Karl Mehta Quoted

Nishant Batra, Nokia’s chief strategy and technology officer, has been named a member of the advisory board of the Quad Investors Network composed of tech industry leaders and innovators in the United States, Japan, Australia and India. America’s Frontier Fund, a nonprofit deep-tech investment fund based in Arlington, Virginia, organized QUIN in May 2022 and...

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Charles Fielden to Head QinetiQ’s Intelligence, Cyber and Information Advantage Business; Shawn Purvis Quoted

QinetiQ US has appointed Charles Fielden as executive vice president and general manager of the McLean, Virginia-based defense solutions company’s intelligence, cyber and information advantage department. Shawn Purvis, QinetiQ president and CEO and a Potomac Officers Club member and Wash 100 winner, said Fielden brings in more than 25 years of experience as an Intelligence...

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Charles Faulkner Joins QinetiQ US as Business Development VP for National, Global Security Solutions

QinetiQ US has appointed Charles Faulkner as vice president of business development for national and global security solutions. Faulkner, previously an account executive at ICF, where he played a role in expanding company operations in federal markets and providing clients with technology, governance and cybersecurity solutions, announced the appointment in a LinkedIn post. He brings...

Northrop Grumman Appoints Lead Executive for New Taiwan Office
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Northrop Grumman Appoints Lead Executive for New Taiwan Office

Northrop Grumman has hired Fisher Huang to oversee the company’s operations in Taiwan, where it recently opened a new office to provide local customers and industry with increased access to Northrop offerings.  As the lead executive for Taiwan, Huang will develop and facilitate the implementation of Northrop’s market strategy and business development plan and manage...

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