MissionLink adds smaller companies for second class

MissionLink, a group established to convene national security contractor chief executives for panels and meetings with government leaders, is getting smaller this year.

Not in size — the group has 60 CEOs, just like 2011. But this year’s class is made up of more early-stage companies, many founded in the commercial world, not in government contracting. The shift is all part of an effort to bring more innovators into the fold, said Andy Lustig, one of the organization’s founders and a partner at the Reston office of the law firm Cooley.

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