Terry Ryan Announced as President of ManTech Systems Engineering & Advanced Technology Group

Former Director of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance for the Department of Defense, Terry Ryan has been appointed President of the Systems Engineering & Advanced Technology Group at ManTech. Ryan’s past experience includes executive level positions at SAIC and SRA International, as well as 10 years served in the military. More recently he has held President and CEO Positions at Adroit Systems and served as President of Mercury Federal Systems, Inc. prior to joining ManTech.

George J. Pedersen, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, ManTech International Corporation said, “I am very pleased to welcome Terry to the ManTech team as his extensive experience and expertise in the Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) market and systems engineering will be critical in helping us achieve our growth goals over the next several years…Terry 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.”

“Terry Ryan’s market-leading vision for C4ISR support of asymmetrical warfare in today’s conflicts, is an immediate asset to the ManTech team. Terry’s deep domain expertise in national security issues will help the ManTech team better serve our customers in a variety of areas to include threat reduction support to arms control, improving our reach in counternarcotics, and supporting our allies globally through the application of Smart Power. Terry’s experience and Marine-trained leadership skills will help drive growth in our core systems engineering and technical assistance (SETA) businesses as our government customers better manage organizational conflict of interest (OCI) and large prime contractors exit the SETA market, ” said Lawrence B. Prior, III, ManTech’s President and Chief Operating Officer.

The newly appointed Ryan, had this to say, “My goal is to help build upon ManTech’s exceptional 40-year track record as part of our management team…I am excited to become part of ManTech’s mission-driven culture and focus on the U.S. national security community. Our positioning across the DoD, Intelligence and Space communities offers significant opportunities for growth in the future.”

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