TASC Names Lisa Donnan to New VP Position in Growth Office

TASC Inc. appointed Lisa Donnan vice president and customer executive for strategic capabilities and technology, TASC announced Tuesday.

TASC said Donnan’s position is a newly created position within the company’s growth office.

Donnan will be responsible for executing growth strategies and strengthening the company’s current client relationships.

Dale Luddeke, TASC’s chief growth officer, said Donnan’s appointment is part of TASC’s plan to expand its technology offerings to agencies.

Previously, Donnan helped build Command Information’s cybersecurity practice as an executive vice president before helping transition the practice to Salient Federal Solutions in 2011.

She also held senior executive positions at Bell Canada Enterprises, Sun Microsystems, Neustar Inc. and TMNG.

The 20-year veteran’s areas of focus include mobile technology, cybersecurity, software, consulting, communications and business development.

Donnan previously served as executive vice president of Command Information, which later became Salient Federal Solutions.

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