Litton TASC Searching for a New President

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Litton TASC Inc. is searching for a new president following a reorganization of the Information Systems Group at parent company Litton Industries Inc of Woodland Hills, Calif.


"We are looking at a number of candidates with the intent that the decision will be made shortly, certainly not too long after the turn of the year," said Randy Belote, director of media relations for Litton Industries.


Under the reorganization announced Dec. 5, Litton Industries is restructuring its subsidiary Litton PRC Inc. into three divisions: PRC Government Solutions, PRC Defense Systems and PRC Maritime & Range Systems. Those three and Litton TASC will comprise the new Information Systems Group.


James Frey serves both as vice president for the Information Systems Group and as president of Litton TASC, but a search is under way for a new TASC president so Frey can concentrate on the group as a whole, Belote said.


Barry Rhine was named president of the Litton PRC Government Solutions Division. This unit provides a broad range of information technology services to civil government customers. Belote said the unit will be responsible for pursuing opportunities in the growing state and local government markets.


The Litton PRC Defense Systems Division will have Kent Schneider as president. The unit provides software engineering, systems integration, infrastructure modernization and IT services to the defense market.


William Webb was named president of the Litton PRC Maritime & Range Systems Division. The group provides engineering, management and IT services to NASA and the Defense Department.


Belote said the decision to split Litton PRC into three divisions is aimed at improving the company's market position. "The significance is that it allows those three business areas to focus on what they do best within their respective disciplines, and we [believe] the result will be increased business opportunities," Belote said.
By Patience Wait, Staff Writer


DEC. 6 ? Litton TASC Inc. is searching for a new president following a reorganization of the Information Systems Group at parent company Litton Industries Inc of Woodland Hills, Calif.


"We are looking at a number of candidates with the intent that the decision will be made shortly, certainly not too long after the turn of the year," said Randy Belote, director of media relations for Litton Industries.


Under the reorganization announced Dec. 5, Litton Industries is restructuring its subsidiary Litton PRC Inc. into three divisions: PRC Government Solutions, PRC Defense Systems and PRC Maritime & Range Systems. Those three and Litton TASC will comprise the new Information Systems Group.


James Frey serves both as vice president for the Information Systems Group and as president of Litton TASC, but a search is under way for a new TASC president so Frey can concentrate on the group as a whole, Belote said.


Barry Rhine was named president of the Litton PRC Government Solutions Division. This unit provides a broad range of information technology services to civil government customers. Belote said the unit will be responsible for pursuing opportunities in the growing state and local government markets.


The Litton PRC Defense Systems Division will have Kent Schneider as president. The unit provides software engineering, systems integration, infrastructure modernization and IT services to the defense market.


William Webb was named president of the Litton PRC Maritime & Range Systems Division. The group provides engineering, management and IT services to NASA and the Defense Department.


Belote said the decision to split Litton PRC into three divisions is aimed at improving the company's market position. "The significance is that it allows those three business areas to focus on what they do best within their respective disciplines, and we [believe] the result will be increased business opportunities," Belote said.

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