GAITS Appoints Harry C. Thornsvard as President and Chief Operating Officer

Global Analytic Information Technology Services (GAITS) has appointed Harry C. Thornsvard as president and chief operating officer for the corporation. Thornsvard comes to GAITS from TranTech where he served as the company's chief operating officer. At GAITS, Thornsvard will oversee all of the company's operations and business development activities. Thornsvard brings the strategy, vision and operational excellence that will leverage the company's cybersecurity credentials and positioning in the Department of Energy labs to even greater growth and diversification into the federal marketplace.

Thornsvard brings 35 years of experience in corporate and military organizations. After serving in the Army for 22 years, Thornsvard held various corporate leadership positions at TranTech Inc., RDR Inc., CACI, Premier Technology Group and The Logistics Company. Thornsvard brings both large and small business experience to GAITS, and the knowledge he has gained in his progressive career positions will enhance and position GAITS for the growth planned in the coming years. In addition to growing revenue and improving margins for the organizations he has worked for, he also has successfully executed and orchestrated mergers and acquisitions activities.

"Harry Thornsvard is a highly successful leader of organizations with the experience necessary to assist GAITS in growing and achieving the ambitious goals we have for our company," said Thomas Asefi, GAITS CEO.

"Harry Thornsvard's experience and operational savvy will drive the growth of our organization to the next level. We are excited to have him as a part of our executive management team," said Tony Asefi, GAITS Chairman.

"GAITS is an outstanding company which provides excellent service in support of its customers and our national security. I am honored to lead this organization and to support and work with our outstanding workforce," Thornsvard said.

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