Washington, DC | September 24, 2012 – TAPE announced today that Barry D. Justice has been named Vice President, Capture Executive. Justice will lead TAPE’s efforts in capturing new contracts in each of its core business areas.
“Barry has a strong history of leadership in government contracting with an exceptional expertise in growing new business,” said Jim Brantley, TAPE Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. “His reputation and industry knowledge will bring great value to TAPE,” Brantley added.
Before joining TAPE, Justice worked as a private consultant advising small companies on strategic positioning and teaming for developing new business. Prior to that, Justice was a Director at Northrop Grumman in the Information Sector where he was responsible for leading a $120M division that provided Advisory and Assistance Services to Defense Threat Reduction Agency, Joint Interoperability Test Command, the Joint Staff and the Combatant Commanders. During his tenure at Northrop Grumman, Justice developed a new line of business for the real estate and insurance industries to assess a building’s exposure to terrorist attack. He also served as the Operations Director for the Northrop Grumman Modeling, Simulation and Analysis Center and managed numerous programs for DoD customers.
“I am very happy to be part of the TAPE team; I have known Louisa and Bill Jaffe for many years and being at TAPE feels like home. TAPE’s reputation for high quality performance and the incredibly talented staff are the main things that influenced me to join. TAPE is well positioned to launch to new heights and I am excited to play an important part in that future,” said Justice.
Before embarking on his private sector career, Justice served in the U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) for more than 20 years. His last assignment was in the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Program Analysis and Evaluation where he served as the Marine Corp’s representative in developing a large scale simulation of Joint Warfare. His other military assignments were as an analyst in the Manpower Department at HQ USMC, B Company Commander in the 9th Motor Transport Battalion and MT Officer in the 1St Reconnaissance Battalion. As an enlisted Marine, Justice had various assignments as an electronics technician.
Justice has an advanced degree in Operations Analysis from the Naval Postgraduate School and an Electrical Engineering degree from Purdue University.
TAPE is a CVE-Verified Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned/Woman-Owned Small Business (SDVO/WOSB) headquartered in Kingstowne, Virginia. TAPE is known for its systems engineering expertise in Management Solutions, RDT&E, Training and Education, and Cyber Security.
TAPE maintains its cutting edge in the industry on behalf of its Federal clients, continuing to provide state-of-the-art support. The company’s innovative Rapid Reaction Excellence process (RaRE™) ensures rapid delivery of operational readiness solutions to the warfighter. A Center of Cyber Security Excellence provides computer security solutions to the government through TAPE’s CyberForge® services. TAPE has been consistently recognized for superior customer service, timely and high quality deliverables, cost effectiveness, and technologically advanced solutions.
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