Vernon Joyner Joins Ensco as National Security Solutions Division Manager; Boris Nejikovsky Comments

ENSCO-IncVernon Joyner, formerly technical director for the advanced mission solutions group at Dynetics, has joined Ensco as manager of the company’s national security solutions division, effective April 30.

Ensco President Boris Nejikovsky said Thursday Joyner brings three decades of experience in system engineering, software development, organizational leadership and program management to the Falls Church, Virginia-based engineering firm.

“The depth and breadth of his experience and his familiarity with customers in the intelligence and defense industries aligns well with needs of the NSS division,” Nejikovsky added.

Prior to Dynetics, Joyner spent four years at QinetiQ North America as director.

He previously worked as director at Computer Sciences Corp. and as senior program manager at Raytheon.

Joyner also served as an adviser and technical representative for the National Institute of Standards and Technology, National Security Technical Advisory Committee and other government and industry organizations.

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