Matt Tait

Matt Tait is president of ManTech's Mission Solutions & Services (MSS) Group, where he leads the company’s mission-critical support of national defense, security and federal civilian agencies. He is responsible for Bringing Digital to the MissionTM to warfighters who operate at the tactical edge, for strategic decision-makers who serve in every branch of the U.S. military, and for federal leaders charged with improving the IT and cyber efficiency, effectiveness and security of agencies that serve the American people.

Mr. Tait became MSS president in July 2018 following two decades with Accenture, where he led key initiatives that transformed IT performance for customers in the defense, federal civilian, health care and financial sectors. Among his many missions at ManTech, he leads the teams responsible for training next-generation cyberwarriors, guarding our borders and military perimeters with advanced systems engineering and integration solutions, and deploying digital platforms that ensure top-flight medical care for millions of service men and women, veterans and their families anywhere on the planet.

A veteran, Mr. Tait served for 10 years in the U.S. Navy and earned a Bachelor of Science in political science and government from the U.S. Naval Academy.


“The future of technology is here, but unevenly distributed. Our job is about ‘bringing digital to the mission’ in ways that drive innovation to where it is needed most – at the tactical edge. Because people are central to this objective, we attract and retain great talent by making ManTech the best place to work on planet Earth.”
Matt Tait


Mr. Tait was named to the 2018 WashingtonExec list of “Top 10 National Security Executives to Watch” and is a 2016 Fed 100 winner for leading the rescue of

Matt Tait is a member of the Board of Directors for Operation Renewed Hope Foundation, a group dedicated to ending veteran homelessness, and supports the Boulder Crest Retreat Foundation, which provides mental health care for troops, veterans and their families dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder and combat-related stress.


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