Tag Archives: TASC

Katrina McFarland, David Kerko to Join SAIC Board

David Kerko and Katrina McFarland will join Science Applications International Corp.‘s board of directors once SAIC completes its $2.5B all-stock acquisition of Engility, where they currently serve as board members. Their appointments will bring SAIC’s board membership count to 11, the company said Tuesday. McFarland previously held the roles of assistant secretary …

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Cornerstone Defense Adds Bill Varner to Board of Directors

Bill Varner, former president of ManTech‘s mission, cyber and intelligence solutions group, has joined the board of directors at Cornerstone Defense. He said in a statement released Tuesday he plans to work with Cornerstone Defense‘s executive team and continue to contribute to U.S. government missions. The Hanover, Md.-based company offers support services to the …

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Wayne Rehberger: TASC’s Intell Business Main Driver Behind Merger With Engility

Wayne Rehberger, chief financial officer of Engility Holdings, has said the company’s decision to acquire professional services provider TASC in 2014 through a $1.3 billion stock deal was driven by the latter’s intelligence business, Virginia Business reported Friday. Rehberger said TASC’s intelligence business “helped balance Engility’s strategic portfolio.” He was instrumental in …

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Air Force Taps Engility Subsidiary to Assist Space & Missile Systems Center’s Engineering Directorate

An Engility subsidiary has won a potential $41 million task order from the U.S. Air Force to provide advisory and assistance services to the Space and Missile Systems Center’s engineering directorate. TASC will assemble an independent readiness review team to help the directorate examine related space organizations that offer technical analysis and risk assessment services for ground, …

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ManTech’s Bill Varner Chosen for Purdue University Engineering Alumni Award

Bill Varner, president of the mission, cyber and intelligence solutions group at ManTech International, received an alumni award from Purdue University’s School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at an awards banquet held Oct. 28. Varner graduated from Purdue in 1975 with a master’s degree in electrical engineering. ECE’s annual Outstanding Electrical and Computer Engineer …

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Bloomberg Government Team Predicts FY 2016 Reversal of Contract Spending Declines, M&A Reshaping to Continue

Total federal contract spending declined for the sixth consecutive year in the government’s 2016 fiscal year but the team of analysts at Bloomberg Government predict that negative trend to reverse in the current FY 2016. In its BGOV 200 study released Tuesday, Bloomberg Government said federal unclassified contract spend for fiscal year 2015 fell …

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Lynn Dugle: Engility to Continue Support for TSA’s Security Screening Program

An Engility subsidiary has been awarded a potential five-year, $90 million contract to help evaluate the security screening processes and equipment and information technology systems of the Transportation Security Administration. Engility said Tuesday its unit TASC will perform test planning and execution as well as provide data management and analysis services under the recompete contract. …

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AF Seeks Info on Commercial Weather Data Services for DoD Space-Based Environmental Monitoring

The U.S. Air Force has issued a request for information on commercial weather data services that could help address the Defense Department’s requirements for space-based environmental monitoring weather information. The remote sensing systems directorate of the service branch’s space and missile systems center asked interested companies to submit white papers …

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Wayne Rehberger: Engility Seeks to Double Bid Size in Federal Contract Pursuits

Wayne Rehberger, chief financial officer of Engility, has said the company looks to double the bid size for government contracts that it pursues following its purchase of TASC in a $1.3 billion all-stock deal that closed in February, the Washington Business Journal reported Friday. TASC was awarded a prime position on a five-year, …

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