ManTech Names Daniel J. Keefe Senior Vice President for Strategic Initiatives

ManTech International Corporation has named Daniel J. Keefe senior vice president for strategic initiatives in its Technical Services Group (TSG).

In his new role, Keefe will lead strategic initiatives and manage relationships between TSG and its customers, potential customers and strategic partners. TSG provides services in global supply chain and logistics; command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR); information technology modernization and other technology support.

“Dan is a well-known and respected member of the federal community,” said Louis M. Addeo, president and chief operating officer of ManTech’s TSG. “His knowledge and experience supporting national security missions will be of tremendous benefit to our customers. We are delighted to have him join ManTech.”

Before entering civilian industry, Keefe completed a distinguished U.S. Army career, retiring as a brigadier general in 2005. He was commanding general of all U.S. forces in Kosovo and V Corps chief of staff during Operation Iraqi Freedom. He held a variety of command and staff positions in the United States, Germany, Korea and Italy and participated in non-combatant evacuations and humanitarian assignments in Africa. Keefe was recognized with numerous awards and decorations during his Army career, including the Bronze Star.

Most recently, Keefe was a senior vice president and general manager in L-3 Communications’ MPRI division. Before that, he was vice president, Linguist and Translation Division and vice President of operations in L-3’s Services Group.

Keefe holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering from the United States Military Academy at West Point and a master’s degree in economics from the University of Oklahoma.

  • How COVID-19 Has Revolutionized Aviation Security Let's Talk Sports Security

    In this episode of SecurPod, Ralph C. Jensen and Fred Burton discuss security tactics at sporting events, from dealing with unruly fans to coordination between the home and visitors' teams to identifying potential stalkers. We also talk about the logistics of re-opening mass-attendance venues in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Digital Edition

  • Security Today Magazine - May June 2021

    May June 2021


    • Tapping into Touch-free Digital
    • Deep Learning
    • Working from Home
    • Body-worn Technology
    • A Tragic Turn of Events

    View This Issue

  • Environmental Protection
  • Occupational Health & Safety
  • Infrastructure Solutions Group
  • Spaces4Learning
  • Campus Security & Life Safety