General Steven M. Anderson
Named ATSC V.P of Business Development
ATSC is excited to welcome General Steven M. Anderson (U.S. Army-Ret.) as its new V.P of Business Development for the federal sector.
Mclean, Va., March 21, 2019 - ATSC is excited to welcome Brigadier General Steven M. Anderson (U.S. Army-Ret.) as its new V.P of Business Development for our federal sector. In this role, General Anderson will deliver strategic guidance and direction to help grow ATSC’s business in the federal sector.
Steven M. Anderson is service-disabled military veteran and a highly experienced logistician, environmental advocate, project manager, and business developer. He has over ten years of service in challenging leadership positions since 2000 in overseas operational environments or combat zones, to include Afghanistan, Iraq, Korea and Libya.
General Anderson is a member of The Spectrum Group, a dynamic alliance of more than 100 highly respected and experienced subject matter experts from diverse professional, political, intelligence community and military backgrounds. Since his retirement in 2010, Anderson has served as a director for Ultralife Corporation (ULBI), a publicly traded battery and communications equipment manufacturer based in Rochester, NY with manufacturing in the US, China, and the UK. He is a minority owner of Relyant Global LLC, a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) based in Knoxville, Tennessee, that specializes in munitions response, environmental remediation, construction, and expeditionary support and has major operations ongoing in Afghanistan, Africa, Guam, and the US.
ASSOCIATIONS: International Stability Operations Association (ISOA), Association of US Army (AUSA), National Association of Ordnance Contractors (NAOC), National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA), Society of American Military Engineers (SAME), Council of Logistics Engineering Professionals (CLEP)
EDUCATION: MS, Operations Research & Systems Analysis Engineering, Naval Post-grad School (1987), BS, United States Military Academy (1978), Army War College (1998), Marine Command and Staff College (1991)
CLEARANCE: Top Secret/SCI (renewal ongoing as of June 18)
KEY AWARDS: US Army Ordnance Hall of Fame (Class of 2014)
Distinguished Service Medal (OLC)