SI chooses new senior director of national intell

SI International has appointed Rick Randall as senior director of national intelligence.

Randall will be responsible for business development of SI's intelligence business, and will report to Patricia Picket, senior vice president of marketing and sales.

Randall has more than 25 years' experience in the aerospace industry. Most recently, Randall was director of system integrators at Juniper Networks in Herndon, Va., where he was responsible for developing strategic relationships with the large system integrators in the federal government.

Before that Randall was director of intelligence programs at Sun Microsystems Federal, where he was responsible for strategic customer relations and business development for the intelligence community.

Randall also worked at GenCorp Aerojet for about 15 years in various engineering and management positions, including director of advance programs and technology.

Randall serves on the board of directors of the National Defense Industrial Association's Washington, D.C., chapter and Space Committee. He is past president of the Gen. Bernard A. Schriever Chapter of the Air Force Association and of the Los Angeles Chapter of AFCEA.

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