Matt Tait Named ManTech COO in Realignment; Kevin Phillips Quoted

Matt Tait Named ManTech COO in Realignment; Kevin Phillips Quoted
Matt Tait

Matt Tait, president of mission solutions and services business group at ManTech International (Nasdaq: MANT), has been promoted to chief operating officer, effective July 1, as part of a business realignment effort.

He will directly report to Kevin Phillips, president and CEO of ManTech and a 2020 Wash100 Award winner, the company said Monday.

“I am delighted to welcome Matt into his new role. He is a dynamic leader and his demonstrated abilities will provide an excellent foundation as he drives ManTech’s growth and brings enabling technologies to critical missions across our federal customers,” Phillips said.

Tait has been with ManTech since July 2018 and has been overseeing the delivery of technology, engineering and digital services to clients in support of their federal civilian and national security missions.

His promotion comes as ManTech works to realign its MSS and mission, cyber and intelligence solutions groups into three business sectors: intelligence, defense and federal civilian. 

Mantech Senior Vice Presidents Adam Rudo, Andrew Twomey and Bryce Pippert will transition into executive VPs and general managers of the three sectors and will directly report to Tait as part of the reorganization.

Rudo, SVP of ManTech’s security solutions business unit, will serve as EVP and GM of the intelligence sector. Twomey and Pippert, who currently lead the company’s defense and federal civilian businesses, will oversee the defense and federal civilian sectors, respectively.

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