TASC and INCOSE Sign Agreement for Employees to Gain Access to INCOSE Systems Engineering Certifications

TASC, along with the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) has signed a contract to promote INCOSE’s certifications to qualified TASC engineers. In light of the new agreement, TASC employees have gained open access to all INCOSE systems engineering certifications – ranging from entry level to senior level.

“At TASC, we are always looking for ways to ensure our employees are equipped to provide our customers with their best work,” says Rich Rosenthal (pictured), chief technology officer at TASC.  “With INCOSE’s certifications, our customers have even more confidence in the exceptional expertise of TASC systems engineers.”

INCOSE’s certifications are recognized all over the world, including the ESEP, CSEP, ASEP and ACQ. They test and evaluate an individual’s competency in systems engineering as demonstrated by experience, education and knowledge.

Founded over 45 years ago, TASC is one of the world’s leading providers in advanced systems engineering, integration and decision-support services to the Intelligence Community, Department of Defense and various civilian agencies in the federal government. It has 40 locations employing more than 5,000 people. It is one of 10 companies to sign a formal agreement with INCOSE.

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  1. Ross Singleton on

    This is terrific! I am already a member of INCOSE and am particiipating in the on-line CSEP certification training webinars. I am also thinking about applying for ESEP. I am about to contact references and submit an application. Is the fee free/reimbursable? Do I submit an expense report or since TASC is a member is the fee waived?


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