The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency has appointed Anthony Vinci, founder of crowdsourced data collection firm Findyr, to succeed Misty Tullar as director of plans and programs at NGA.
Vinci will assume his new role Jan. 30 and oversee the development of new concepts and collaborations across the agency, NGA said Wednesady.
“Anthony brings a unique background and set of skills to NGA and our leadership team,” said NGA Director Robert Cardillo.
Cardillo added that Vinci will support NGA’s agile acquisition, modeling, crowdsourcing, code development, disparate data sets and anticipatory analysis efforts.
Vinci previously served as a Defense Department staff officer and worked for a global management firm, a machine learning company and a private equity firm.