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Change of Vice President for defence systems group at ManTech

ManTech International : 16 January, 2008  (Company News)
Mantech recruits ex army General as senior staff member to head up its Defence Systems division.
ManTech International has named Major General James David Bryan, US Army (Ret), the former Sector Vice President, Executive Customer Relations for Global Defence C4I and Space, Northrop Grumman Corporation, as president of its Defence Systems Group. The Defence System's Group is ManTech's largest business unit and is an industry leader in providing worldwide technology support to the Department of Defence.

General Bryan will succeed Maj Gen Eugene Renzi, ManTech's Senior Executive Vice President who will transition from President of ManTech's Defence Systems Group to focus on the broader mission of ManTech.

"Gene Renzi has had an immeasurable impact on ManTech's growth and success," said George Pedersen, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, ManTech International. "His integrity, his leadership, his devotion to the mission and to our country are unparalleled, and these qualities have helped shape our company, our philosophy and inspire our employees. We welcome his continued service to ManTech and thank him for his significant contributions."

"Since joining ManTech in 1993, Gene Renzi has built our Defence Systems Group into one of the pre-eminent organisations providing mission-critical technology services and solutions to the Department of Defence," said Robert Coleman, President and Chief Operating Officer, ManTech International. "His remarkable accomplishments at ManTech followed a sterling, 32-year career in the army where he received numerous awards and decorations. Recently, he was recognised for his successful military and civilian careers, and for his contributions to the community, when he was awarded the Distinguished Member of the Signal Regiments Award. From 2003 to 2006, Gene was Chairman of the Board of Directors of AFCEA International and is highly regarded for his leadership of that organisation which represents the top government, industry and military professionals in the IT, communications intelligence field."

"Dave Bryan is an ideal choice to take over our Defence Systems group, at a time when there is strong demand for their services and solid opportunities for continued growth," said Mr Pedersen. "He is considered one of the leading experts in the information technology aspects of Defence Transformation. In his past role as Vice Director of the Defence Information Systems Agency (DISA) and the Commander of the Joint Task Force for Computer Network Operations, he was at the leading edge of planning for future networks and systems to support the DOD and other government agencies. His accomplishments and the vision and leadership he has demonstrated in his career will be tremendous assets to ManTech."

"Among Dave's many successes in his career, he is credited with developing and implementing the most innovative overhaul of network operations doctrine in the history of the Department of Defence, which led to significant improvements in managing and securing the DOD Global Information Grid," said Mr Coleman.

"These achievements and experiences will significantly add to our abilities to serve our customers throughout the federal government."

Mr Bryan began his career in 1970 as a signal officer in the army. He later became commander of the 112th Special Operations Signal Battalion and 35th Airborne Signal Brigade. In 1998, as a Brigadier General, he became Director, Command, Control, Communication and Computer Systems, J-6, US Pacific Command, Hawaii. In 2000, he was named Vice Director of DISA/Commander, Joint Task Force for Computer Network Operations and promoted to Major General.

Upon his retirement from the Army in 2004, General Bryan served as the Vice President, Defence Transformation and Deputy, Defense Enterprise Solutions Group, Northrop Grumman Information Technology and served in this capacity until his appointment as Sector Vice President in 2007.

He has a bachelor's degree from Jacksonville State University and a master's degree from North Carolina State University. He is an honours graduate of the Signal Officer Advance Course, and a graduate of the Army Command and General Staff College and the Army War College.
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