Peraton today said Roger Mason, a Noblis executive, would lead its newly formed space, intelligence and cyber sector, effective Monday.
Mason most recently served as senior vice president for national security and intelligence at Noblis, Peraton said. He previously was assistant director of national intelligence for systems and resource analyses.
"As sector president, Roger will have full executive responsibility for the sector's strategy development and execution, program performance, and growth objectives," Peraton said.
Peraton is the former Harris government IT services business, which was purchased by private-equity firm Veritas Capital last year. Stu Shea, a former top executive at Leidos and Science Applications International Corp., was tapped to lead the business and has since made several executive appointments.
Shea told Inside Defense the new sector would include about $475 million in annual revenue. The unit will bring together the company's space, intelligence and cyber work across multiple agencies, including NASA, the National Reconnaissance Office and the Air Force.