ManTech taps government leader for VP of program development

Brian McHugh brings to ManTech experience from the FBI, DOD

ManTech International Corp. has named Brian McHugh vice president for program development and risk management, where he will develop and implement national security programs.

He will also advise the company’s board of directors and executive management team on risk mitigations for worldwide operations, the company said in a release.

He previously served as the associate executive assistant director of the National Security Branch at the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

At the FBI, McHugh oversaw the bureau’s counterterrorism, counterintelligence, weapons of mass destruction and cybersecurity issues.

He has also served at the Defense Department.

McHugh “will play an important role in developing solutions that maximize resources and align with each government customer's unique requirements and culture,” said L. William Varner, president and COO of ManTech’s Mission, Cyber and Intelligence Solutions group.

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