Matt Bringman Named DHS VP at Favor TechConsulting

Matt Bringman
Matt Bringman

Matt Bringman, formerly senior vice president for business development at VariQ, has joined Favor TechConsulting as vice president for the Department of Homeland Security, G2XChange ETC reported Friday.

Bringman will support requirements management efforts and other activities under the U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s office of information technology as part of his new capacity.

His experience includes leading VariQ’s national security sector and serving as a director at Strategic Operational Solutions. In addition, he worked at CENTRA Technology as a program manager and held various roles at General Electric.

Bringman obtained his bachelor’s degree at Ohio State University and is accredited as a project management professional.

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