Patrick Markus named BlueHalo cyber, intel GM
On June 24, Arlington, VA-based BlueHalo welcomed Patrick Markus to the company’s executive leadership team as general manager for the cyber and intelligence sector. Markus has more than 20 years of government contracting technical and executive management experience, ranging from Fortune 100 aerospace and defense to private equity-backed middle-market businesses. His extensive intelligence community industry knowledge compliments his successful record of competitive capture, portfolio growth, program execution, strategy, and development of diverse high-performing teams. Markus will provide strategic vision to ensure continued growth and success of the business operations across the cyber and intelligence missions, the company said.
He joins BlueHalo after holding program and capture management executive leadership roles with mid-sized companies in the federal/civilian and intelligence community domains. Markus also spent 17 years at a large prime in key leadership roles where he defined and executed market strategies that spanned mission spaces within the intelligence community, across all Department of Defense services, as well as research agencies and international partners. He held several profit and loss roles and served as a long-term positioning campaign lead for technical campaigns spanning cyber, radio frequency, signals intelligence, electronic warfare, and intelligence capabilities.
“We are thrilled to have Patrick round out the BlueHalo executive leadership team. His technical expertise combined with mission understanding will enable the team to continue to add value to the nation’s hardest problems,” said Katie Selbe, chief operating officer of BlueHalo.
“I am honored and excited to lead this talented team. The breadth of unique capabilities spanning the Cyber and Intelligence Sector and all of BlueHalo, combined with our mission-focused culture, well positions us to deliver transformative solutions that overcome the emerging challenges faced by our customers,” said Markus.