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ManTech Finalizes New Leadership Structure, George Pedersen Comments

ManTech International (NASDAQ:MANT) has created a new senior management structure “under which the presidents of ManTech’s three operating groups will also serve as chief operating officers for their respective organizations, reporting to the company’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, George J. Pedersen.”

The three group president/chief operating officers are Louis M. Addeo, ManTech Technical Services Group; Terry M. Ryan, ManTech Systems Engineering and Advanced Technologies; and L. William Varner, ManTech Mission, Cyber and Technology Solutions.

“We believe that this new management structure will contribute to our ability to achieve our financial objectives and support our customers’ critical missions, ” said Pedersen. “Our three group presidents have my complete confidence. Their strong leadership, strategic vision, understanding of the market and ability to work jointly have contributed significantly to ManTech’s success over the past year. This team is poised to deliver market-leading growth, profitability and cash generation.”

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