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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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