Andrew Hallman, former Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) Principal Executive and former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Deputy Director for Digital Innovation, has been named Vice President, National Security Strategy and Integration, at Peraton.
In this new role, Hallman will lead the company’s efforts to build, test and execute transformative intelligence programs from concept through operations. He will focus on the creation of strategies to integrate intelligence missions and capabilities across organizations and agencies.
Over 33 years at the CIA, Hallman held roles including Deputy Director for Digital Innovation, responsible for accelerating the integration of digital and cyber capabilities across all of CIA’s mission areas; Deputy Director of Intelligence for Strategic Programs; Director of the Office of Transnational Issues; and Director of the Office of Iraq Analysis.
During his time at ODNI, he served as Principal Executive for Acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire, Assistant Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Intelligence Integration, and President Barack Obama’s Intelligence Briefer.