As vice president of TASC’s intelligence operations business unit, Al Pisani has oversight of the side that delivers specialty engineering, technical analysis, life cycle programmatic support and tactical operations support to the defense and Intelligence Communities worldwide.
Before his current position, Pisani served as vice president of business development at Northrop Grumman’s Civil Services Division, where his team led efforts to identify, assess, shape and capture new business opportunities. Pisani also created a civil cyber strategy and branded the sector’s cyber offerings to bring the complete sector portfolio of cyber capabilities and technologies to market.
Prior to joining CSD, Pisani served as vice president and director of Northrop Grumman’s Mission Applications operating unit, where he provided mission-critical IT infrastructure, solutions and applications to the federal government.
Pisani’s TASC career began in 1989. He served as vice president of the Northrop Grumman’s Information Superiority operating unit, where he was responsible for the business development and execution of more than 300 programs providing technical systems engineering expertise and solutions to the Department of Defense, Intelligence Community, Department of Homeland Security and other civil federal agencies.
Before his tenure there, Pisani was vice president for Department of Homeland Security responsible for integrating, marketing and delivering Northrop Grumman solutions and services at the federal, state and local and international levels.
Pisani earned a bachelor’s degree in political science and a University Fellowship for his master’s degree in policy analysis from the University of Pittsburgh. In addition, he is a graduate of several executive education programs, including selection as a Massachusetts Institute of Technology Fellow in International Relations, the Darden School of Management at the University of Virginia, the Harvard School of Business and the University of Pennsylvania
Wharton School of Business.