For SVPs and VPs of Strategic Intelligence with at least 15 years of government/industry service in the intelligence field (nonIT)
David P. Wallen is senior vice president of KeyW's Advanced Cyber Division, supporting mission critical customers in the Intelligence Community, Defense and Federal Civilian government departments. He is responsible for client satisfaction, contract execution, resource management, full lifecycle support, operations and sustainment, and business development.
Prior to KeyW, Wallen led BAE Systems’ Intelligence and Economic Security practices, focusing on federal customers whose mission had a direct bearing on national security and the US economy. While leading BAE Systems’ National Intelligence Group, he headed a $1 billion enterprise-wide infrastructure and mission applications modernization effort for an IC member. Following the events of 9/11, he provided strategic study support to key IC customers.
In a career spanning more than 30 years, Wallen has managed IT development projects and intelligence practices for Fortune 500 enterprises including Price Waterhouse. He served as an officer in the United States Marine Corps, providing IT, intelligence and analytics support for the Joint Chiefs of Staff J-8 , the 2nd Marine Division and NATO military exercises.
Wallen holds an M.B.A. in Management from Golden Gate University, and a B.B.A. in Management Information Systems from James Madison University. He has received executive leadership training at Wharton and Oxford, and certification from the Project Management Institute (PMI) and ITIL Foundation.
Paul Graver is Vice President and Client Executive for the Intelligence Community at CACI International. In this position, he plays a leadership role in understanding customer priorities, supporting existing programs, and developing new business pursuits.
Paul joined CACI after a distinguished career with the CIA, where served as Chief Operating Officer of the agency’s Office of Global Infrastructure, managing facilities, data centers, communications, and enterprise IT services for the CIA’s worldwide mission elements. During his CIA career, Paul held a variety of key senior executive leadership roles, including Chief of an overseas technology center and communications platform, Director of CIA's operational training and conferencing facility, Senior Director for Administration and Deputy Executive Secretary for the National Security Council White House Staff, and Deputy Director of Finance. He holds a B.A. in criminology from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and his honors include the 2016 Presidential Meritorious Rank Award, as well as numerous CIA awards and medals.