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Executive Profile: Edward H. Bersoff of ATS Corporation

Edward H. Bersoff

Edward H. Bersoff is chairman, president and CEO of ATS Corporation. Previously, he was chairman, president and CEO of BTG, Inc., an IT firm he founded in 1982. In November 2001, BTG was acquired by the Titan Corporation.

Prior to founding BTG, Bersoff was president of CTEC, Inc.; earlier, he was director of engineering operations for Logicon’s Washington division. Previously, as an officer in the U.S. Army, he was assigned to the NASA Electronics Research Center in Cambridge, Mass. He also taught mathematics at New York University, Kingsborough Community College, Northeastern and Boston Universities, and American University.

Among his many honors and awards, Bersoff was selected Virginia’s Outstanding Industrialist for 1999 by the Commonwealth of Virginia and the Science Museum of Virginia, and was presented the 1999 Distinguished Leadership Award by the Washington Chapter of the American Jewish Committee.

In 1996, Bersoff was selected to the Fed 100 by Federal Computer Week and AFCEA, and was chosen from industry representatives to receive the Eagle Award for his role in the federal government’s effective use of IT. Also in 1996, the Federation of Citizens Associations and The Washington Post named him the Fairfax County Citizen of the Year for his contributions to education. In 1995, the Northern Virginia Community Foundation presented him with its Founders Award for outstanding community service.

Bersoff holds bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate degrees in mathematics from New York University and is a graduate of the Harvard Business School’s Owner/President Management Program. Bersoff also holds an appointment as a distinguished professor of management and IT and engineering at George Mason University.

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