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Rick WagnerJohn Hynes on Newly Promoted TASC Executives Bruce Phillips, Rick Wagner and Tom Kilcline
TASC made a series of executive moves this week, naming Bruce Phillips SVP of civil and infrastructure security, Rick Wagner SVP for
John Hynesthe defense group and 30-year Navy vet Tom Kilcline the defense business unit’s VP.
“In this time of tight budgets and unpredictable threats, it is essential that we do everything we can to be an even more responsive, agile and customer mission-focused company,” John Hynes, chief operating officer, said in a release.
Bruce PhillipsPhillips is a 30-year company vet who was formerly VP of infrastructure protection and security and Wagner has been with TASC
Tom Kilclinefor 13 years. Both will report to the office of the CEO.
Kilcline, retired vice admiral and previous commander of Naval Air Forces, was hired as VP of Navy programs at TASC last year.
James Culmo to Lead Northrop’s New Unmanned Systems Org. as VP

James CulmoJames Culmo will lead a new Northrop Grumman unmanned systems organization, known as HALE for “high-altitude, long endurance enterprise.”
Culmo has been with the company since 1999 and will lead the organization in a VP role. He has previously served as VP and deputy GM of Northrop’s military aircraft business.
HALE will house unmanned systems programs, including the Global HawkEURO HAWK and NATO’s airborne ground surveillance, as Northrop looks to improve efficiency and affordability.

Lynn Dugle on Raytheon’s Acquisition of Wireless Tech Developer Teligy

In an attempt to boost its wireless, reverse engineering and vulnerability analysis offerings and its presence in emerging markets, Raytheon has bought Teligy Co., a tech developer that specializes in cybersecurity.

“The Teligy acquisition adds critical wireless capabilities that address theLynn Dugle needs of our cybersecurity customers in the intelligence, DoD and federal communities,” said Lynn Dugle, president of Raytheon’s intelligence and information systems business.
The deal marks Raytheon’s 11th cyber-related acquisition in the past six years.
Vic Gunter and Jason Yates, co-founders of Teligy and current VP of engineering and VP of development, respectively, will both join Raytheon.
Richard Wilhelm on Booz Allen’s $295M in NGA IDIQ Prime Awards since May

Richard WelhelmFor more timely updates, follow me, Jim Garrettson, on Twitter.Booz Allen Hamilton announced it has won $295 million in task orders since May under a potential $873 million enterprise support and technical services contract from the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.
Initiatives under NGA’s ESMARTS contract includes analytic capabilities, workplace and functional management and open information technology environment.
Richard Wilhelm, executive vice president at Booz Allen, said the goals of ESMARTS include developing new sets of information and services for the agency.
Booz Allen held a spot on the first iteration of the contract in 2006, named SMARTS.