TASC executive named to chair Industry Advisory Council

The Industry Advisory Council has selected Dale Luddeke, TASC’s chief growth officer, as its chair for a one-year term beginning July 1.

The organization works in a private-public partnership with the American Council for Technology (ACT) to improve government service to the public through the effective application of information technology.

In addition to providing educational opportunities, the Industry Advisory Council offers a forum to study and analyze public-sector management issues and advises ACT on the possible impacts of industry trends on government technology issues.

Luddeke leads TASC’s business development, capture, proposal, strategy, marketing and corporate communications efforts. His growth office also plays a key role in determining TASC’s merger and acquisition strategy and research and development investments.

Prior to joining TASC, he was executive vice president for corporate business development at CACI International and previously served as vice president for business operations and business development as well as program director at Computer Sciences Corp.

Luddeke earned a B.S. in Electrical Engineering Technology and an M.S. in Engineering and Technology Management at Oklahoma State University.

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