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Phillip Gardiner

Phillip Gardiner PhotoMr. Gardiner is the Vice President of Test and Training Ranges an organization with nearly 1800 employees providing instrumentation operations and maintenance, target maintenance, support services, civil engineering, data reduction and analysis as well as engineering services. Contracts in his portfolio are located at Patuxtent River NAS, the Atlantic Undersea Test and Evaluation Center (AUTEC), Nellis AFB, Creech AFB, Cape Canaveral Air Station, Patrick AFB and the North Island NAS supporting the Southern California Offshore Range Environment (SCORE). Combined annual revenue for the programs is over $300M.

Prior to his current assignment Phil was the Director of Aviation Support for CSC’s Defense Group. His contracts portfolio contained a combination of base support services and aircraft maintenance efforts. Contract locations included: Vance AFB, Keesler AFB, Nellis AFB, Creech AFB and NASA Dryden.

Previously he was the Program Manager for the Range Support Services (RSS) contract for CSC's Applied Technology Group. Mr. Gardiner was the RSS Program Manager from October of 2005 through April of 2012. The RSS Program provides base operations, airfield management, facility maintenance, security, food services, lodging, vehicle maintenance, transportation and range maintenance services for the United States Air Force’s Nevada Test & Training Range, 99 ABW and 432d W.

Phil has extensive services contract experience with the United States Air Force primarily in support of test and training ranges. In addition to the above, his 30+ years of experience includes management of the Range Mission Control Center (RMCC) for the Utah Test and Training Range; management of the Telemetry Data Reduction and Analysis efforts at Edwards AFB; and management of Downrange Stations located on Antigua and Ascension Islands for the USAF Eastern Range. Phil earned a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems and a Masters Degree in Business Administration.

JSA manages and operates the Jefferson Lab for the U.S. Department of Energy.
Updated October 6, 2017.