ManTech CEO Kevin Phillips Appointed to NVTC Board

ManTech CEO Kevin Phillips Appointed to NVTC Board - top government contractors - best government contracting event
Kevin Phillips

Kevin Phillips, president and CEO of ManTech International, has been named to the Northern Virginia Technology Council's board of directors.

He assumed the CEO role in January and has held other senior leadership roles at ManTech since 2002 such as chief operating officer, chief financial officer and corporate vice president, NVTC said Tuesday.

Phillips, a 2018 Wash100 recipient, served in the U.S. Army Reserves for a decade.

Three other executives were appointed to NVTC's board including Thomas “Tag“ Greason, executive VP of sales at Quality Technology Services; Thomas LeBlanc, president of the George Washington University; and Jean Stack, managing director of Baird.

You may also be interested in...

AMRAAM

Air Force, Navy Put Raytheon’s New AMRAAM Variant Through Free-Flight Tests

A joint U.S. Air Force-Navy program office tested new guidance hardware of Raytheon Technologies' Advanced Medium-Range Air-to-Air Missile at a live fire demonstration that took place Wednesday at Point Mugu Sea Test Range in California. Preliminary data from Raytheon, the AMRAAM prime contractor, showed the AIM-120D-3D variant met separation autopilot and free-flight navigation objectives during the missile shot test with an F/A-18F Super Hornet jet, Naval Air Systems Command said Thursday.

SDA

Space Development Agency Posts RFI for Tranche 1 of National Defense Space Architecture

The Space Development Agency needs market information on technologies, methods and other concepts to operate and secure a national system of military sensors and data transmission in space. The National Defense Space Architecture would operate mainly from low Earth orbit to support secure military sensing and SDA needs industry input on the system's Tranche 1 Product Line, the agency said Friday in a SAM.gov request for information notice.

DARPA

DARPA Calls for Communications Tech Concepts to Support Troop’s Jungle Operations

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has asked industry for concepts on information systems and electronic communications that can support troops operating in jungle environments. DARPA said May 7 in a SAM.gov notice its SQUad Intelligent Robotic Radio Enhancing Link or SQUIRREL is meant to provide small military units boosted situational awareness in forest operations.