Wood Parker Endorses New Board Member Ken Krieg

Ken Krieg

Former under secretary of defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Ken Krieg has joined the Board of Advisors of TASC.

“Our Board of Advisors holds deep expertise in the areas critical to TASC’s continued growth,” says Wood Parker, president and CEO of TASC.  “Ken’s experience in federal and, specifically, Department of Defense acquisitions will give us valuable insight into the needs and opportunities of our customers, as well as help us stay ahead of industry trends.”

Currently, Krieg currently oversees operations of his own firm, Samford Global Strategies, a firm specializing in strategic change.

He is best known in the industry for his tenure from 2005 to 2007 as under secretary of defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics, and as special assistant to the Secretary of Defense and director for Program Analysis & Evaluation.

Krieg earned degrees from Davidson College and Harvard University.

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