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Kent Matlick

Senior Vice President and General Manager, Intelligence Group
Perspecta Inc.

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As senior vice president and general manager of the Intelligence Group at Perspecta, Kent Matlick drives the deployment of  integration and analytical services to our customers in support of U.S. intelligence. 

Matlick leads an expert team of engineering professionals to provide high-end systems engineering and integration products and services, data analytics and software development to national and military intelligence customers. 

Previously, Matlick was the senior vice president of the Intelligence Group at Vencore, where he and his team delivered solutions in the areas of enterprise integration, strategic planning, capability analysis and portfolio management for U.S. national defense and intelligence customers. Also while at Vencore, Matlick held the position of director of Vencore’s mission programs division. His group provided integrated technical management services to the customer, ensuring the delivery of mission-critical systems that enhanced their customers’ global security. 

Prior to Vencore, Matlick was the director of geospatial-intelligence enterprise integration (GEI) within Lockheed Martin’s global security solutions business unit. Under his leadership, GEI provided the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency with a variety of integration services, including identity management, consolidated data access and tasking management. 

With more than 25 years of program management and systems integration experience supporting various national government agency programs, Matlick routinely develops data-driven analytical solutions, advising customers on how to develop and integrate systems that align with their mission success.

Matlick received a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Shippensburg University. He is a graduate of numerous corporate-run executive management programs. His professional memberships encompass multiple industry associations, including the U.S. Geospatial-Intelligence Forum, the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association and the Intelligence and National Security Alliance.

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