Frank Miller named Exovera intelligence integration VP

On April 28, Vienna, VA-based Exovera, a subsidiary of SOS International (SOSi) dedicated to transforming open-source data into knowledge, announced Frank Miller has joined as vice president of intelligence integration.

Miller is a respected industry veteran with more than 40 years of uniformed and civilian federal service, He brings strong leadership and management skills together with 35 years of Asia expertise.

“Frank is a proven leader whose understanding of intelligence collection and analysis management combined with his decades of operational, policy and diplomatic experience in Asia will be invaluable to Exovera as we look ahead to scaling our business, developing new products, and expanding the value we provide to our customers,” said Bob Sogegian, CEO of Exovera. “He has the insight, knowledge and relationships required to help take Exovera to the next level.”

As vice president of intelligence integration and director of Exovera’s Center for Intelligence Research and Analysis (CIRA), Miller will lead business planning, talent acquisition, capability development, and senior client management across Exovera’s global intelligence portfolio. Leveraging his extensive experience and relationships across the community, Miller will also lead Exovera’s industry engagement and strategic partnerships program.

Prior to joining Exovera, Miller served in multiple leadership roles for the Defense Intelligence Agency, mostly recently as the director of partner engagements. In this role, he sponsored over 300 diplomatic foreign Defense Attachés and staffs assigned to Washington DC.  In addition, Miller led all Foreign Disclosure Policies for the Defense Intelligence Enterprise, coordinated all counterpart visits for the Secretary of Defense, Deputy Secretary of Defense, Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Source: Exovera

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