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Steve Trieber Joins MTSI as Strategic Development VP; Kevin Robinson Comments

MTSI w borderSteve Trieber, formerly senior vice president of the analytic fusion and identity intelligence division at CACI International (NYSE: CACI), has joined Modern Technology Solutions Inc. as vice president of strategic development.

MTSI President and CEO Kevin Robinson said Tuesday that Trieber will work to help the company grow its presence in the defense, intelligence and commercial markets.

Trieber will also oversee the integration of the company’s business development and lifecycle management functions in his new position.

Before CACI, he previously held positions at TASC, Scitor and Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC).

Trieber has managed capture programs with annual costs of up to $250 million during his 30-year career in the government contracting industry.

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