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Sid Fuchs Named COO at ATSC

ATSC (NYSE AMEX: ATSC) has appointed Sidney E. Fuchs to the position of chief operating officer, effective April 5, 2010.  Fuchs previously served as president and CEO of OAO Technology Solutions (“OAOT”) which was sold in January of this year to Platinum Equity, a private equity firm with over $27 billion in aggregate portfolio company revenue.

Prior to OAOT, he was the President of Northrop Grumman’s Information Technology’s Civilian Agencies Group, a $1.4 billion unit delivering IT services to the healthcare, homeland security, public safety and federal civilian markets.

“Sid brings an exceptionally strong operational and experience base that crosses each of our market areas, ” said ATSC chairman and CEO Dr. Edward H. Bersoff. “His successful track record in building organizations, combined with his roots in the government, will bring tremendous value to ATSC in executing our growth plans.”

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