TASC Appoints Bob Silsby to Lead Business and Technology Office

TASC has named Bob Silsby vice president of its business and technology office.

Silsby joins TASC from the CIA, where he was a senior intelligence officer assigned to the National Reconnaissance Office. He most recently served as technical director and chief executive of the NRO’s ground enterprise directorate.

“Bob is recognized throughout the intelligence community as a pioneer in overhead reconnaissance, and has deep expertise in national security ground and collections systems,” said Dale Luddeke, chief growth officer at TASC. “He will play an important role in showcasing TASC’s sophisticated capabilities and ensuring that our customers across all federal markets will have unfettered access to the best TASC has to offer.”

Silsby attended the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. He holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the Catholic University of America.

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