Ken Deutsch is Executive Vice President of CSRA’s Defense Group, delivering specialized solutions to Department of Defense and government customers, including system engineering, logistics, administration, acquisition and both live and virtual training. The Defense Group also provides scientific, emergency management and national security experts, and has extensive capability in threat reduction and counter-proliferation solutions and support.
Previously, Mr. Deutsch served as Vice President and General Manager of CSC’s North American Public Sector (NPS) Defense and Intelligence Group, providing next-generation technology solutions to the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and Intelligence Communities.
Mr. Deutsch joined CSC in October 2009 as Vice President Information Dominance Programs and CSC’s DoD Cyber Account Executive. Following this assignment, he led CSC’s support to the U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps and DoD Joint Commands, including Combatant Commands and DoD combat support agencies.
With extensive public and private sector experience, he has a comprehensive understanding of defense initiatives, intelligence and technology.
Mr. Deutsch’s background includes 31 years in the Navy, retiring as a Rear Admiral (RADM) after commanding Patrol and Reconnaissance forces at the Squadron, Wing, Group and Task Force level. He was also the commander of forces flying combat missions in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom. His shore tours include Chief, Communications and Computer Networks Division, Joint Staff J6T; Deputy for Resources and Requirements in the Space, Information Warfare, Command and Control Division, OPNAV N61R; Director, Warfare Integration OPNAV N6F/OPNAV N83, where he was responsible for all Navy Command, Control, Communications and Computer investments; and Director, Capabilities and Resource Integration (N8) on the staff of Commander, U.S. Fleet Forces Command. During his Naval career, he and his family completed three overseas tours, spending 6 years living in the Philippines, Italy and Japan.
Kenneth Deutsch attended Illinois State University, and received his commission in August 1978 through the Aviation Reserve Officer Candidate Program.