Starting on May 9, Peraton said Monday Hallman will oversee the creation, testing and implementation of new intelligence missions at the Herndon, Virginia-based information technology and consulting company.
“As he’s proven throughout his career, Andrew can create and lead broad, multi-disciplinary teams attacking emerging intelligence issues,” commented Stu Shea, CEO, chairman and president of Peraton and a six-time Wash100 Award winner.
Hallman’s work at Peraton will involve developing strategies that merge intelligence efforts and functions throughout a variety of client companies. He has also been recruited to aid in Peraton’s relationship with U.S. government entities and their technology-powered intelligence activities, in addition to assisting with intelligence community digital transformation.
To do so, Hallman will leverage his over three decades of service with the CIA, where he was deputy director for digital innovation, leading the assimilation of digital and cyber approaches across the organization’s operations.
Additionally, the executive held the positions of deputy director of intelligence for strategic programs, director of the office of transnational issues and director of the office of Iraq analysis at the CIA.
Hallman’s career includes experience at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, where he ascended to principal executive for acting director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire. He also performed duties as assistant deputy director of national intelligence for intelligence integration and worked as an intelligence briefer for President Barack Obama.
In his new role as VP at Peraton, Hallman is expected to drive an innovative way forward for the company’s intelligence programs that will expand its business outlook while harnessing the latest in technological advances and commercial opportunities.
Shea added that Hallman is “truly a national asset” who “understands the critical interdependencies between customer mission, technology, government policy and national budget priorities.”