Brad Kopp is group vice president of finance for the defense and civil group at TASC, where he also serves as treasurer.
As group vice president, Kopp is responsible for overseeing all program and group level finance activities.
As treasurer, he manages key relationships with the banking and investment communities. He also monitors cash management, corporate insurance, external financial reporting, real estate, and financial support to coporate development opportunities.
Kopp joined TASC in April 2009. Prior to joining TASC, he served as a director of business management for Northrop Grumman’s civilian agencies and defense groups. He was responsible for cash flow improvement activities and improving the company’s information technology sector contracting process.
Kopp also served as chief information officer for Federal Data Corp.’s services group, and was responsible for all finance and accounting functions regarding the division.
He began his career at Computer Data Systems Inc., where he eventually became group vice president and chief financial officer.
Kopp holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration with concentrations in accounting and economics from Shepherd College. He also holds a master’s degree in finance from John Hopkins University.