Charlottesville, VA – SRC, Inc., is pleased to announce that Scott Rogers (headshot) has been promoted to director, electronic warfare (EW) programs.
In this role, Rogers will provide strategic oversight of SRC’s Charlottesville EW programs. He will be responsible for program execution and the management of budgets and investments related to EW programs. Rogers has been with SRC for over 11 years, most recently as senior program manager, helping to double the number of contracts supporting the Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI).
“Scott continues to be a top performer in all aspects of his work and we are proud to have him as aleader in our Charlottesville office,” said Paul G. Tremont, president and CEO of SRC.
Rogers brings over 30 years of military and professional experience in operations, strategic planning and business capture. He has served as the director of plans and chief of special technical operations for the U.S. Navy. Rogers received a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from the U.S. Naval Academy, a Master of Business Administration from the University of Maryland University College, a Master of Business Administration in project management from DeVry University, and holds several certificates in management, project management and human resource management.
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