Northrop Vet Barry Justice Named TAPE VP, Capture Executive; Jim Brantley Comments

Barry D. Justice has been named vice president, capture executive of TAPE, the company announced Monday.

Justice will be responsible for capturing new contracts in the company’s core business areas.

“Barry has a strong history of leadership in government contracting with an exceptional expertise in growing new business, ” said Jim Brantley, TAPE Senior VP and chief operating officer.

Justice worked as a private consultant before joining TAPE, advising small companies on strategic positioning and teaming for developing new business.

“I have known Bill and Louisa Jaffe for years and being at TAPE feels like home, ” said Justice.

He added, “TAPE is well positioned to launch to new heights and I am excited to play an important part in that future.”

He worked as director at Northrop Grumman’s (NYSE: NOC) Information Sector and developed a new line of business for real estate and insurance industries. As operations director for the company’s Modeling, Simulation and Analysis Center, Justice managed numerous programs for DoD customers.

Justice served in the U.S. Marine Corps for more than 20 years before joining the corporate sector. He represented the Marine Corp’s in developing a large-scale simulation of Joint Warfare for the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Program Analysis and Evaluation.

He holds an advanced degree in Operations Analysis from the Naval Postgraduate School.

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