He is responsible for the company’s overall financial functions and activities, including financial reporting and accounting, financial planning, contracts, pricing and supply chain, investor relations, trust administration and investments and real estate.
Rehberger, a 20-year telecommunications management veteran, was previously chief operating officer of facilities-based telecommunications services provider XO Communications. He took on this role in 2004 and was responsibile for marketing, network, sales and technology.
Prior to that, Rehberger served as XO’s CFO for more than four years. TASC said he led XO through a period of restructuring of finances and operations, including reductions of operating and overhead costs, which resulted in improved financial performance and operating metrics.
Prior to joining XO, Rehberger held several financial roles at MCI, including a stint as SVP of finance. He began his civilian career with KPMG‘s consulting business in Washington, working with federal agencies and defense contractors.
Rehberger served in the Army and Army Reserve for 10 years, achieving the rank of major. He graduated from Bucknell University with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and holds an M.B.A. from the University of South Carolina.