Bill Varner to be Group COO in ManTech Restructuring

Bill Varner

ManTech International Corporation has announced a company restructuring following last month’s departure of Larry Prior, formerly COO of ManTech. The restructuring will see the presidents of ManTech’s three operating groups also taking over as chief operating officers of their respective organizations.

Each group president will report to ManTech’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer George J. Pedersen. Bill Varner, who leads ManTech’s Mission, Cyber and Technology Solutions, will now serve as COO of the group as well.

“We believe that this new management structure will contribute to our ability to achieve our financial objectives and support our customers’ critical missions,” Pedersen said. “Our three group presidents have my complete confidence. Their strong leadership, strategic vision, understanding of the market and ability to work jointly have contributed significantly to ManTech’s success over the past year. This team is poised to deliver market-leading growth, profitability and cash generation.”

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