ManTech has appointed David Hathaway as executive vice president and general manager of its defense sector, where he’ll lead strategic and operational initiatives to deliver technology solutions in support of defense customers.
“I have long admired ManTech as an industry stalwart serving the government for more than five decades,” Hathaway said. “I am honored to join the ManTech team and continue delivering innovative technology and digital solutions for customer mission success every day.”
In his new role, Hathaway will report to Chief Operating Officer Matt Tait. He succeeds Andrew Twomey, who has led ManTech’s defense sector since January 2015. Twomey is moving to a new strategic role in within ManTech.
“David has significant experience leading high performance teams in consulting, technology and mission requirements at IBM,” Tait said. “Building upon his active military duty and operational support to mission and technology services at Vectrus, David will drive ManTech’s core mission of delivering innovative technology services to our company’s defense customers.
Hathaway joins ManTech from IBM, where he spent 25 years in public sector executive leadership. He has also served as senior vice president of programs at Vectrus Systems Corp., and was an active duty communications-computer systems officer for the U.S. Air Force. There, he managed communications networks, IT acquisition and research and development programs at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and at the Pentagon.
“His deep knowledge of technology and first-hand experience managing large, successful enterprises in our space make him the perfect fit for ManTech and will take our leadership in the defense sector to the next level,” Tait said.
ManTech Chairman, CEO and President Kevin M. Phillips said he’s delighted to have Hathaway join In support of national and homeland security missions.
“David is a respected technology expert with deep insights on all DOD military agencies’ missions and will be a great leader for the Defense Sector’s continued success,” Phillips said.