TASC hires experienced IT pro to grow company

Dale Luddeke is named chief growth officer

TASC Inc. has appointed Dale Luddeke the company's chief growth officer, reporting to David Langstaff, president and CEO.

In this new position, Luddeke will lead TASC's business development function and play a key role in TASC's merger and acquisition strategy and research and development investments, the company announced on July 5.

Luddeke had been executive vice president for corporate business development at CACI International Inc. since 2007.

Prior to joining CACI, he held executive business development and program management positions with Computer Sciences Corp.

Luddeke began his career as a senior engineer with McDonnell Aircraft and later joined Unisys Corp. as a senior program development manager focusing on defense agency programs.

Luddeke earned a B.S. in electrical engineering technology and M.S. in engineering and technology management at Oklahoma State University.

TASC, founded in 1966, is a provider of advanced systems engineering, integration and decision-support services to the intelligence community, Defense Department and civilian federal agencies.

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David Hubler is the former print managing editor for GCN and senior editor for Washington Technology. He is freelance writer living in Annandale, Va.

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