John Hynes: TASC Invests in Research as It Looks to Align Internal Spending with Government Demand

John-HynesJohn Hynes has implemented a series of initiatives at TASC Inc. since taking over as CEO in November, The Washington Post reported Monday.

Marjorie Censer writes Hynes has structured the Chantilly, Va.-based contractor around four businesses and is investing in research and its talent pipeline as Hynes said TASC “want(s) to be sure that where we are spending our money internally is aligning with what customers are wanting to buy.”

The business lines are centered around the company’s offerings in defense; intelligence and analysis; space; and cybersecurity and homeland security.

Click here to read more on Hynes’ transition into his role and thoughts on Congress’ recently announced budget deal.

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