Novetta Continues Board Expansion With Joe Logue

Joe Logue

Joe Logue, previously a Booz Allen Hamilton executive vice president and senior partner, has joined Novetta‘s board of directors, the McLean, Va., company announced Thursday.

“Joe Logue is an industry leader respected for his commitment to customer mission success,” commented Tiffanny Gates, president and CEO of Novetta. “His addition to the Novetta board of directors fortifies our commitment to delivering advanced, technology-enabled services critical to our national security and defense customers.”

Tom Rabaut, Novetta’s chairman, said, “We are pleased to welcome Mr. Logue as a member of the board. Joe’s global experience and commercial mindset will drive innovative thinking as we invest in solving the industry’s toughest entity resolution, open source data analytics and machine learning challenges.”

Logue has over 20 years’ experience interfacing with customers in the intelligence and defense sectors. He also has experience bringing cyber, information technology, engineering and transformation services to international commercial clients. Prior to working for Booz Allen, Logue helped found a software development and services provider that worked extensively with the Navy.

“At the forefront of pioneering disruptive technologies, Novetta is leading the market transformation in driving value for customers through the use of next-generation technology. I look forward to supporting the growth of the team,” Logue commented.

The announcement follows the addition of intelligence industry veteran and former CSRA president and CEO Larry Prior to the board in August (Prior is also a member of the Carlyle Group‘s board). To view Novetta’s existing board of directors, click here.

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