Mark Bruno Promoted to TASC Global Systems Business Unit VP; Al Pisani Comments

MarkBrunoMark Bruno, a 20-year veteran at TASC, has been promoted to vice president of the Chantilly, Va.-based company’s global systems business unit.

Bruno will lead a team of systems engineers, technologists and other workers that provide systems engineering services to TASC’s intelligence customers,  the company said Tuesday.

He will oversee work on space systems, ground systems, communications systems, mission operations and research and development projects.

Al Pisani,  senior vice president of TASC’s intelligence group, said Bruno holds more than 30 years of space engineering and technology experience and will lead several space and intelligence community programs in his new role.

Bruno has held positions in space systems engineering, systems development, complex acquisitions and program management since joining TASC in 1993.

He previously worked at HRB Singer (now Raytheon) in software engineering, project leadership and systems engineering and integration roles.

Bruno holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science from University of Pittsburgh.

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