Monday, September 21, 2009

A-T Solutions Appoints Col. Kevin Lutz as Executive Vice President

Former U.S. Army Expert in Counter-IED Operations, Senior Commander of Joint Service and Coalition Forces in Iraq, to Head Global Security Division of Top Anti- and Counterterrorism Company
A-T Solutions Inc. ~ September 21, 2009,
FREDERICKSBURG, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--A-T Solutions Inc., a world-class, industry-leading anti- and counterterrorism, intelligence and professional services firm based in Fredericksburg, Va., announced today the appointment of retired Col. Kevin Lutz as executive vice president of global security solutions. Lutz was previously commanding officer of the U.S. Army’s 52nd Ordnance Group (EOD) stationed at Fort Gillem, Ga., and recently returned from Iraq, where he commanded Multi-National Corps Iraq's Counter-IED Brigade, Combined Joint Task Force Troy.
“Col. Lutz is a tremendous addition to our executive team,” said Ken Falke, A-T Solutions CEO. “His extensive operational experience as a commander of counter-IED programs and combat missions is an absolute asset to the company’s ability to deliver top-quality relevant training and solutions that address the current needs of our forces.”
Lutz brings to A-T Solutions more than 26 years of experience in Department of Defense Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD), counter-improvised explosive devices (IED), counter-insurgency and combating weapons of mass destruction, in addition to planning, operations, training, programs and resource management. He also brings eight years of experience in commanding Army and joint organizations and served as a commander during three combat tours. An experienced leader, Lutz will play a critical role in developing and implementing strategies that support the company’s objective of expanding the services and solutions of its global security business unit.
“I am honored to be a part of the A-T Solutions team,” said Lutz. “The company is a recognized leader in supporting global security challenges, and I’m eager to help them continue to grow and serve the mission-critical needs of our military and homeland security requirements.”
A-T Solutions employees are former military Master Training Specialists (MTS), Intelligence Professionals, Master EOD Technicians and Special Operations personnel and technologists with unmatched backgrounds in education, training and technology.
A-T Solutions was recently ranked in the Inc. 5000 as one of the fastest-growing private companies in the country, placing it in the top 100 of companies within its industry and in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area.
About A-T Solutions
A-T Solutions Inc. is the industry’s leading anti- and counterterrorism and intelligence professional services firm. A-T Solutions was acquired by CoVant in February 2008. The company provides outstanding support in intelligence, global security, training solutions, technology solutions, and logistics and mission support. Clients include the DoD, DOS, DHS, DOJ, the intelligence community and the private sector. A-T Solutions employs approximately 400 professionals and has offices in Fredericksburg, Vienna and Virginia Beach, Va.; San Diego, Calif.; Orlando and Niceville, Fla.; and Anacortes, Wash. In May 2009, A-T Solutions completed the acquisition of Accelligence LLC, a provider of operational, technical, analytical, instructional and commercial operational support to the intelligence community. For more information, please visit
About CoVant
Founded by former executives of Anteon International, CoVant invests in and provides strategic, financial and operational resources to a portfolio of companies specializing in technology solutions that serve the needs of the homeland security, defense and intelligence communities. With an experienced team of business executives and a respected board of former government and military leaders, CoVant delivers a unique and highly strategic approach to maximizing company growth and value. Visit for more information.
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