Jeffrey Harris, Joseph Yakovac Join CTC Board of Directors; Ed Sheehan Comments

Jeffrey Harris

Jeffrey Harris, a 40-year national security professional, and retired U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Joseph Yakovac have been elected to the board of directors of Concurrent Technologies Corp.

Ed Sheehan, CTC president and CEO and vice chairman of the board, said in a statement released Friday he expects Harris and Yakovac to bring to the board their knowledge and experience in the federal marketplace.

Joseph Yakovac

Harris, who also serves on CTC’s technical advisory board, previously worked at Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) as president of missiles space division and special programs segment.

He also served as director of the National Reconnaissance Office, assistant secretary of the Air Force for space and associate executive director within the Intelligence Community.

Yakovac is former program executive officer for ground combat systems at the Army and has more than four decades of experience in strategic and operational guidance of the service branch’s tactical units as well as the Defense Department’s research, development and production programs.

Other members of CTC’s board include Sheehan, Howard Picking, Margaret DiVirgilio, Dale Mosier, Albert Etheridge, E. Jeanne Gleason, Robert Eyer, Conway Jones, Mark Pasquerilla and John Phillips.

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