T-Rex Solutions has created an advisory board that will work to help the company’s leadership team identify approaches to address information technology requirements of Department of Defense and intelligence community customers.
The company said Tuesday its national security board of advisers will include representatives from the government, industry and military sectors and focus on providing insight to support T-Rex’s information technology initiatives.
Kevin Ford, a former DOD official, and Guy Swan, the U.S. Army North’s former commanding general and a retired lieutenant general, will serve on the board of advisors.
Other members of the advisory board include industry executives Paul Falkler and Paul Gentile.
Dab Kern, executive vice president of national security programs at T-Rex, said the company is working to support the protection of agencies’ data while fortifying security postures against cyber threats.
Seth Moore, president and CEO of T-Rex, said the company formed the board as part of investments to support national security infrastructure.
“Our recent acquisition of Zot, restructuring of our national security business area and onboarding of new intelligence community leadership will inform the deployment of our resources to better serve the agencies responsible for protecting and defending the country,” Moore added.
T-Rex previously served as technical integrator for the 2020 Census.