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Eli Hammerman and Davey Gibian join Janes to strengthen growth and innovation within the US Defense and National Security communities

Hammerman and Gibian joined Janes this autumn to strengthen and support innovative growth for the trusted global agency for open-source defense intelligence 

WASHINGTON DC (30 November 2020) – Janes, the trusted global agency for open-source defense intelligence, is delighted to announce the appointment of two vice-presidents: Eli Hammerman, Vice President, Business Development; and Davey Gibian; Vice President, Global Innovation. 

Responsible for supporting Janes growth strategy within the US Department of Defense (DoD), intelligence community, and respective partners, Hammerman joins Janes from Attain LLC where he served as Director of National Security. He brings an extensive 20-year background in delivering mission support and information technology services focused on counterterrorism, intelligence, and law enforcement to the Department of Homeland Security, Department of Justice, and Department of Defense. 

“I’m delighted to have joined Janes and for the opportunity to drive the expansion of Janes' unique data and analysis in the Americas,” said Hammerman. “I’m looking forward to working with the team to deliver the optimized intelligence that our customers rely upon.” 

Gibian will be responsible for building on the industry-leading open-source tradecraft that Janes provides through connected data, machine-driven insights, and analytic solutions. He joins Janes following a career at the intersection of national security and technology, including as a White House Presidential Innovation Fellow, detailed to organizations including the DoD’s Defense Innovation Unit. Most recently he co-founded CalypsoAI, a machine-learning security company serving the national security community. Gibian has extensive experience building technology solutions for, and working directly with, warfighters and IC professionals. 

“I’m passionate about developing innovative ways to support national security organizations through technology,” said Gibian. “I’m delighted to have joined Janes at this pivotal point in its evolution from military publisher to the industry-leading provider of open-source intelligence.”

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