ManTech chooses Varner to head new group

ManTech International announced that L. William Varner has been appointed president of the company’s new Mission, Cyber & Technology Solutions Group. Varner joins ManTech after a successful stint of more than 30 years with Northrop Grumman TASC, where he most recently served as the vice president, corporate officer, and executive director of the Intelligence Operating Unit. The unit delivered technical and operations support to the defense and intelligence communities, leading over 1, 000 employees.

Varner takes over a group that was created through a combination of the company’s Information Systems & Technology, and Security & Mission Assurance Groups.

“I am excited to join the ManTech management team and help build upon ManTech’s exceptional 40-year track record, ” Varner said. “ManTech’s mission-driven culture and focus on U.S. national security is a great differentiator and I see significant opportunities for growth within our markets.”

“Bill will be a key member of the senior management team, and we look forward to working with him as we continue to make ManTech the premier mid-tier national security firm in the marketplace, ” said ManTech Chairman of the Board and CEO George J. Pedersen.

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