Tisinger is a 20+ year veteran of the CIA who helped scale its global operations.
HERNDON, VA — November 28, 2017 – Peraton today announced the formation of the new Peraton Advisory Board, a group of proven leaders in government technology who will advise the company on its strategic direction.
The board’s first member is Jeanne Tisinger, a 20+ year veteran of the CIA, who most recently served as deputy director for support. In that role, Tisinger oversaw the integrated, multi-disciplinary support services and supply chains provisioning thousands of employees in over 100 countries worldwide. During her four years in the role she managed the CIA’s successful transition to a shared services model.
Previously, Tisinger served as the CIA’s first female CIO, where she was responsible for its worldwide IT infrastructure and corporate applications portfolio. In the role, she successfully oversaw the CIA’s transition to secure cloud services provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS), among a number of other achievements.
“Jeanne is a consummate professional with unparalleled mission knowledge and resource needs of the U.S. intelligence community,” said Stu Shea, Peraton CEO. “Her strategic guidance will help strengthen Peraton’s ability to support the defense and intelligence communities as they carry out our nation’s most sensitive missions.”
Tisinger and the Peraton Advisory Board will be instrumental in building Peraton’s growth strategy for 2018 and beyond.
Peraton provides innovative, reliable solutions to the nation’s most sensitive and mission-critical programs and systems. As a trusted provider of highly differentiated space, intelligence, cyber, defense, homeland security, and communications capabilities, Peraton is a critical partner to the Intelligence Community, Department of Defense, and select federal agencies and commercial entities. Headquartered in Herndon, Virginia, the company employs 3,500 people across the U.S. and Canada. Visit Peraton.com/News and follow @PeratonCorp on Twitter for news and updates.
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