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Gentile, Paul T.

Senior Vice President and Business Unit General Manager
Cyber Solutions Business Unit
ManTech Mission, Cyber & Intelligence Solutions Group

Paul Gentile is a Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Cyber Solutions Business Unit (BU) within the Mission, Cyber & Intelligence Solutions (MCIS) Group at ManTech. The Cyber Solutions BU encompasses ManTech’s cyber portfolio to include the components of Cyber Network Defense, Operations and Exploitation as well as the company’s NSA portfolio. The organization contains about 750 employees with annual Revenue of approximately $370M. As the General Manager for this Profit and Loss center, he is responsible for the strategy, management and leadership of its Divisions and the development of new business opportunities and capture, Revenue growth and profit.

Previously at SAIC, Paul was a Senior Vice President and Deputy Business Unit General Manager (BUGM) in the Integrated Systems Group. The Integrated Systems Group develops and integrates high-end intelligence solutions that support a wide range of customers in the United States and abroad. These solutions optimize the tasking, processing, exploitation, and dissemination of critical information, making it highly actionable to stateside and deployed military and government users across the entire national security spectrum. The organization contained about 3,400 employees with annual revenue of approximately $1.3B. Before that, Paul was a Senior Vice President and Director of Program Development for the Cyber & Information Solutions BU. In this role, he was responsible for the development and dissemination of the BU’s strategic plan, Business Development, to include account management, captures and proposals, mergers and acquisitions and investments to include B&P, IR&D, Capital Expenditures and discretionary Overhead spending. Prior to that, Paul was a Senior Vice President and Deputy BUGM in the Cyber & Information Solutions Business Unit. His component of the organization was responsible for the execution of programs that focus on systems and software development and deployment, signals processing, operational software sustainment, information technology infrastructure modernization, electronic records management, small scale production and intelligence analysis primarily in support of the National Security Agency (NSA). The organization contained about 1,300 employees with annual revenue of approximately $525M. Prior to his role as the Deputy BUGM, he was an Operations Manager responsible for portions of the Business Unit’s contract profile for the NSA.

Prior to joining SAIC, Paul was employed at Raytheon and held several positions there since August 1984. His last position was as the Vice President of Technical Services at SilentRunner, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Raytheon, where he was responsible for Sales Engineers, Security Consultants, Training, Customer Support and IT. Previously, as Vice President of Business Development and Operations, he played a key role in introducing SilentRunner into both the Commercial and Federal marketplaces, as well as providing direct leadership in the support of existing and new clients.

Prior to joining SilentRunner, Paul was the Director of SIGINT Programs, where he was responsible for all Raytheon business activities with the NSA. In his role as the Director of Capital Area Engineering, he managed a diverse engineering organization in the Maryland/Northern Virginia/Washington, DC area of more than 450 engineers. Paul began his career as a software engineer and matured into roles in both Program and Engineering management. He spent his first five working years as a Computer Systems Intern at the NSA.

Paul was born in New York City. He holds both a Bachelors and Masters Degree from the City University of New York in Applied Mathematics. He is married and has two daughters; one is a graduate of Springfield College, obtaining her Masters in Occupational Therapy where she is now working at the Johns Hopkins Bayview campus, and the other is a senior attending the University of Delaware and has been accepted to their Graduate program in their Physical Therapy Doctoral program. He enjoys sports and classic cars, auto racing, baseball (New York Yankees), football (New York Giants) and golf.


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