TASC, Inc., a top provider of engineering, integration and decision support services for the federal government, announced Dale Luddeke (pictured) as its new chief growth officer. Luddeke will report to TASC’s president and chief executive officer, David Langstaff, as well as lead the company’s business development role and TASC’s strategy and research investments.
Luddeke has been executive vice president of corporate business development at CACI International since 2007. He previously held business development positions with Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC). He also worked as a senior engineer with McDonnell Aircraft and senior program development manager for Unisys.
“Over the course of his 30-year career, Dale has worked at every level of a company, from systems engineer to program manager to executive,” said Langstaff. “He will provide invaluable counsel and leadership as we shape TASC’s future.
Luddeke also obtains a Bachelor’s of Science degree in electrical engineering technology as well as a Master’s degree in engineering and technology management at Oklahoma State University.