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Stacey Dixon Joins IARPA as Deputy Director

IARPA_logo_EMStacey Dixon, former deputy director of the InnoVision organization at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency , has joined the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity as deputy director.

She will be responsible for IARPA’s multi-disciplinary research programs for national intelligence operations in collaboration with the agency’s director, IARPA said Wednesday.

Dixon was most recently responsible for research and development for geospatial intelligence at InnoVision after she served as NGA’s chief of congressional and intergovernmental affairs.

Dixon previously served as program monitor for HPSCI’s national intelligence science and technology activities and later as budget director.

She also led the science division for a satellite program at the CIA between 2003 and 2007.

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