Guident adds intelligence pro as adviser

Guident, a business intelligence, data warehousing and Oracle solutions provider to the federal government, has added Tracy Graves-Stevens to its Federal Advisory Board.

Graves-Stevens is president of ManTech International’s MSM Security Services practice. She has more than 20 years of Defense Department and intelligence community expertise, a Guident announcement states.

Graves-Stevens spent most of her career at the CIA, working in technical and leadership roles. Before joining ManTech, she was president and chief executive officer of Communications Technology Exchange, a provider of software and architectural engineering solutions to the Defense and intelligence communities. Before that, she supported a number of large national security programs as director of Logicon, a defense systems engineering firm.

“Adding [her] depth of knowledge in this target area to our Federal Advisory Board will assist us in fulfilling this goal,” said Teddy Matheu, a partner at Guident, in the statement. “We welcome Tracy Graves-Stevens and look forward to learning from her vast experiences in this niche marketplace.”

“Requirements for the expanded analysis and sharing of intelligence continue to deepen, increasing the need for solutions that facilitate empowered decisions,” Graves-Stevens said. “Guident has demonstrated the understanding of this growing necessity,” she added.

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