ManTech appoints Kemp Ensor as VP, GM of Mission, Cyber & Intelligence Solutions’ security unit
Herndon, VA-based ManTech announced on January 29 that it has named Kemp Ensor to be vice president and deputy general manager of the Security Solutions Business Unit (SSBU) in the company’s Mission, Cyber & Intelligence Solutions (MCIS) Group. Reporting to Adam Rudo, senior vice president and general manager of SSBU, Ensor will help lead strategic and operational initiatives driving innovative technology solutions that support missions of the largest members of the U.S. intelligence community.
“Kemp comes to this job with a proven record of serving national security interests at the highest level,” said Rick Wagner, president of ManTech’s MCIS Group. “At ManTech, he will build on his prestigious career in exciting new ways that advance America’s strength in up-to-the-second, forward-looking intelligence.”
Ensor joins ManTech after 37 years with the government, serving his last 18 years as Director of Security and Counterintelligence for the National Security Agency, where he earned respect across the intelligence community. In October 2019 he was awarded the National Intelligence Distinguished Service Medal by the Director of National Intelligence.
Ensor’s appointment is the latest in a series of executive hires that advance “ManTech Secured,” a strategic initiative that builds on ManTech’s position as the most trusted partner of government. In recent weeks, ManTech named Daniel Payne as senior vice president and chief security officer, and James Marson as vice president of contracts/subcontracts for the company’s MCIS Group.