TASC Named Fully Qualified Navy Validator; Tom Kilcline Comments

TASCTASC has been certified by the U.S. Navy Certifying Authority as a fully qualified Navy validator.

The Chantilly, Va.-based contractor went through a series of trials to receive the certification, including systems engineering and integration, cybersecurity and information assurance tests, TASC said Wednesday.

Tom Kilcline, vice president of TASC’s defense business unit, said the company works to help the Navy maintain its integrated weapons systems and maintain pace with technological innovations.

TASC has worked with the Navy on integration, support services and systems engineering since 1966.

The Navy Certifying Authority is based in San Diego and included TASC’s San Diego office as part of the certification.

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