DEA Vet Christopher Tersigni Joins SOSi Leadership Team; Kevin Henderson Quoted

Jeff Brody
Christopher Tersigni

Christopher Tersigni, a 28-year Drug Enforcement Administration veteran, has joined SOS International as federal law enforcement account executive.

He helped coordinate multiagency public safety and national security efforts during his tenure as a special agent in charge at DEA's special operations division, SOSi said Tuesday.

Tersigni previously worked as deputy assistant administrator in the DEA Office of Special Intelligence. He also served as ASAC of the Europe/Asia/Africa and special projects sections at SOD, and of the Atlanta Field Division’s Nashville District Office.

“Leveraging our 30-year history in the federal law enforcement market, he will play a critical role in helping us introduce the communication intercept technologies we’re developing and expanding our federal business in both new and existing markets," said Kevin Henderson, senior vice president for corporate growth at SOSi.

You may also be interested in...

ARC

GAO Wants Transcom to Address Procurement Issues in Military Household Goods Shipping Contract

The Government Accountability Office has recommended that U.S. Transportation Command address the deficiencies in its procurement process that resulted in the award of the potential $7.2B Global Household Goods Contract to American Roll-on Roll-off Carrier Group, Military Times reported Thursday.

Michael Hartenstein Director LexisNexis Risk Solutions

Secret Service Vet Michael Hartenstein Takes Director Role at LexisNexis Risk Solutions

Michael Hartenstein, a 22-year veteran of the U.S. Secret Service, has joined LexisNexis Risk Solutions as director of federal public safety business development. Hartenstein will oversee the development of strategic customer plans and support the creation of service offerings for public safety and law enforcement agencies, LexisNexis Risk Solutions said Thursday.