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Pamela Drew Comments on TASC’s Hire of CIA Veteran as VP in SE&I

TASC Inc. has named Bob Pattishall as a vice president in its strategic capabilities and technology group.

Pattishall served the CIA for 25 years before joining Veridian Corp. and then Northrop Grumman‘s (NYSE: NOC) aerospace systems sector, where he most recently lead the development and deployment of a major program as vice president and program director.

While with the CIA’s office of development and engineering, Pattishall was assigned to the National Reconnaissance Office and was responsible for the development, deployment and operation of advanced satellite reconnaissance systems.

Pamela Drew, TASC

Pattishall will now focus on developing and differentiating TASC’s SE&I capabilities as vice president of its community of excellence.

“Bob is a highly regarded systems engineering and integration expert and program manager, ” says Pamela Drew, senior vice president of TASC’s strategic capabilities and technology group.  “With his leadership, the group will help drive a systematic approach that ensures our customers in all federal markets benefit from the best TASC has to offer.”

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