Peraton taps former CIA deputy director as VP
Andrew Hallman also was principal executive of ODNI
Herndon-based government contractor Peraton Inc. has named Andrew Hallman as its vice president for national security strategy and integration, according to a news release.
Hallman formerly served as principal executive in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and was the CIA’s deputy director for digital innovation. Hallman will start May 9 and will be responsible for leading Peraton’s efforts to develop, test and carry out intelligence programs and will be charged with contributing to strategy for intelligence business growth.
“Andrew is truly a national asset,” Peraton Chairman, President and CEO Stu Shea said in a statement. “He is a rare breed with a tremendous command of the complex national security issues facing our nation and understands the critical interdependencies between customer mission, technology, government policy and national budget priorities.”
Hallman spent more than three decades at the CIA, where he also served as deputy director of intelligence for strategic programs, as well as director of the Office of Transnational Issues and the Office of Iraq Analysis. At ODNI, Hallman served as principal executive for Joseph Maguire, the acting director from August 2019 until February 2020. He also served as assistant deputy director for national intelligence for intelligence integration and was President Barack Obama’s intelligence briefer.
Hallman holds a bachelor’s degree in public affairs management from Michigan State University and a master’s degree in international affairs from American University.