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Executive Profile: Al Pisani of TASC

As vice president of TASC’s intelligence operations business unit, Al Pisani has oversight of the side that delivers specialty engineering, technical analysis, life cycle programmatic support and tactical operations support to the defense and Intelligence Communities worldwide. Before his current position, Pisani served as vice president of business development at …

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TASC’s Al Pisani Talks Strategy

TASC’s Al Pisani sat down with ExecutiveBiz for a chalk talk: “My strategy to compete is to act smart, act fast and to provide the solutions that fit our customers’ needs. To accomplish this, we must possess a deep understanding of the customer mission. Many of the folks at TASC …

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Executive Profile: Joe Dodd of TASC

Joe Dodd serves as vice president of business development at TASC. In that role, Dodd leads business development, capture, proposal, strategy and marketing efforts. He is responsible for extending the company’s success with existing customers in the defense, intelligence, federal, state and local markets and helping shape and capture new …

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Executive Profile: Wood Parker of TASC

Recently named among ExecutiveBiz’s Top 20 People to Watch in 2010, Wood Parker serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of TASC.  Wood Parker heads the first company to become independent and non-conflicted that was formerly part of a major prime contractor (Northrop Grumman). TASC provides solutions and services to …

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TASC: Who’s Next to De-Conflict?

TASC, Northrop Grumman’s Systems Engineering and Technical Assistance (SETA) business unit, is being sold to KKR and General Atlantic for $1.65 billion.  Northrop Grumman’s CEO Ronald Sugar said in a statement that the sale “reflects Northrop Grumman’s desire to align quickly with the government’s new organizational conflict- of-interest standards, while …

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Northrop Could Sell TASC Unit for Up to $2B

Northrop Grumman is looking to sell TASC, its unit that advises military and intelligence agencies in a deal that could be worth up to $1 to $2 billion. The Department of Defense has tightened its conflict-of-interest rules this year as ordered by Congress on firms like Northrop’s TASC. Many contractors …

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