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USIS Taps Stephen Synnott to Lead Intelligence Analysis, Tech Solutions

USIS Taps Stephen Synnott to Lead Intelligence Analysis, Tech Solutions - top government contractors - best government contracting event
Stephen Synnott, USIS

Stephen Synnott has joined USIS, an Altegrity company, as director of intelligence analysis and technology solutions.

Synnott reports to USIS Security Solutions Division President Mike Fraser and is based in Falls Church, Va.

“Steve's experience in the intelligence analysis space and strategic vision within the intelligence analysis and technology mission areas are a perfect fit for us and will be a key element of our success,“ Fraser said. “He is definitely an asset and a welcomed addition to our team.“

Before joining USIS, Synnott most recently served as program manager for SRA International‘s Defense Intelligence Agency Solutions for Intelligence ID/IQ contract. Prior to that role, he was SRA's director of STRATCOM operations and led the company’s efforts at U.S. Strategic Command in the areas of combating weapons of mass destruction, information operations, C4ISR and global missile defense.

Synnott also has 21 years’ experience as an intelligence professional in the United States Air Force, in particular in intelligence analysis and reporting, information operations, threat analysis, and risk assessment.

“I’m looking forward to leveraging USIS successes in security and training solutions to provide intelligence operations and information technology services to the Defense and Intelligence Communities worldwide,” he told TheNewNewInternet. “Our goal is to offer customers the necessary tools, solutions and support to enable them to meet their mission needs.”

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