Integration and systems engineering company TASC has appointed Rosemary Budd as its new director of business development, the company announced today.
Budd will leverage her 30 years of expertise in mission systems and intelligence support to work on strategy for TASC government clients at Ft. Meade, which include the NSA, U.S. Cyber Command and others. Before TASC, Budd served as executive adviser and principal at Booz Allen Hamilton. She is also president of the Ft. Meade Alliance and chair of its Executive Committee and board of directors.
“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.”