Former CSRA CEO Larry Prior Appointed to Novetta Board

Larry Prior

Former CSRA President and CEO Larry Prior, a four-time Wash100 winner, has joined the board of directors at McLean, Va.-based analytics services contractor Novetta.

He is a public and private sector veteran with more than 30 years of intelligence, security, technology and defense program experience, Novetta said Tuesday

“It’s an exciting time of growth at Novetta, and I look forward to working with Larry to expand our presence within the national security and defense community,” commented Tiffanny Gates, president and CEO of Novetta.

Novetta Chairman Tom Rabaut said that Prior’s professional background aligns with the company’s investment efforts aimed at addressing a demand for machine learning, open source data analytics and cloud computing services.

Prior was recently appointed as an operating executive consultant for the aerospace, defense and government services team of The Carlyle Group.

He previously held various leadership roles at Computer Science Corp.’s North American public sector business, BAE Systems, ManTech InternationalScience Applications International Corp. and TRW.

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