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VSE Names Tina Bailey VP of HR

VSE Corporation (NASDAQ GS: VSEC) has promoted Tina Bailey to the position of Vice President of Human Resources.

Bailey joined the VSE team as the Vice President of Human Resources for VSE Federal Group over a year ago. The Federal Group is VSE’s largest group in revenues as well as employees.

“I am committed to ensuring that human resource objectives are always in the best interest of every employee while maintaining alignment with the goals of VSE, ” said Bailey. “During the past year I have experienced firsthand how the culture of VSE is reflected in their concern for every employee’s welfare, safety and job satisfaction.”

Prior to coming on board with VSE, Bailey’s career highlights included serving as a human resources consultant for Aetna Casualty and Surety Company; as well as holding the position of Vice President of Administration, Director of Human Resources for the Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC).

“Tina Bailey exemplifies how sound business practices value employees at an individual level while simultaneously maintaining contributions to VSE as an organization, ” Maurice “Mo” Gauthier, VSE CEO/President/COO reported. “In a short time she has made a significant impact on our HR infrastructure. We are very fortunate to have Tina on our team.”

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