BAE Systems Taps Jordan Becker to Lead GEOINT Practice

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BAE Systems selected recent hire Jordan Becker to head the firm’s  geospatial-intelligence and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (GEOINT-ISR) business, reporting to John Gannon, BAE Systems’ Intelligence & Security sector cheif.

According to the firm, “GEOINT-ISR develops and supports software systems for geospatial analysis, mission planning, precision targeting and command and control for the defense and intelligence community.”

Becker came to BAE Systems from SAIC last month.

“Jordan has a thorough understanding of the customer’s mission, guiding strategy and technology to meet their evolving needs,” said Gannon. “He blends a remarkable track record in business with a deep commitment to the men and women in uniform. He is a great addition to our team.”

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