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ManTech Names SAIC Vet Fleetwood Lilley a Cyber Contracts VP; Bill Varner Comments

Fleetwood Lilley

ManTech International (NASDAQ: MANT) has appointed Fleetwood Lilley vice president of contracts for the mission, cyber and intelligence solutions group.

Bill Varner

The company said Wednesday he will manage commercial, federal, state and local government contracts.

“Fleetwood brings 28 years of contracts oversight and cyber-centric leadership, ” said Bill Varner, president and chief operating officer of the MCIS group.

Varner added the company appointed Lilley as demand is growing in commercial and government markets.

Before joining ManTech, he served as vice president of contracts within SAIC Inc.’s (NYSE: SAI) cyber and information services business unit.

He also has held several positions at AT&T (NYSE: T), managing contractual relationships and representing U.S. interests in international negotiations.

The company recently announced Eric Eifert‘s promotion to the senior vice president ranks, where he will continue leading the cyber defense solutions business unit.

Varner credited Eifert with helping build the cyber defense business since joining the company in 2001.

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