TASC, Inc. has named Rosemary Budd director of business development, a role in which she will lead the development and implementation of TASC’s integrated strategy to support the missions of government customers at Ft. Meade, including the National Security Agency, DISA, U.S. Cyber Command and related service divisions.
“The needs of our customers in the defense and intelligence communities are evolving as rapidly as the nature of the threats to our national security,” said Al Pisani, vice president of intelligence operations at TASC. “Rosemary brings a depth of proven, hands-on experience and respected thought leadership that position her well to further strengthen our customer partnerships and, most importantly, leverage TASC’s expertise for their benefit.”
With more than 30 years of experience in design, development, deployment and support of key mission systems, Budd’s expertise covers areas such as cybersecurity, signals intelligence, information assurance and IT.
Before joining TASC, Budd served as executive adviser and principal at Booz Allen Hamilton. Previously, she held positions at various communications companies, including L-3 Communications, CSSi and GTE Corporation.
Currently, Budd is president of the Ft. Meade Alliance and chairman of the Ft. Meade Alliance Executive Committee and board of directors. She also serves on the Maryland Military Installation Council, Ft. Meade Regional Growth Management Committee, Ft. Meade Marketing Partnership, the Ft. Meade Regional Ridesharing Coordination Center Advisory Board and the BWI Business Partnership Strategic Vision Committee.