Tamburrino is New NAVSEA Executive Director

Monday, March 28, 2005
Vice Adm. Philip M. Balisle, commander, Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA), announced the selection of Pat Tamburrino as the organization's new Executive Director - NAVSEA's senior civilian position.

"Pat brings experience doing business with and among the Pentagon senior leaders - both Flag and SES," said Balisle. "He has a solid background in the intricate workings of the Pentagon, NAVSEA and the Program Executive Offices- from both an organizational and programmatic point of view."

Tamburrino began his executive career at NAVSEA where he served as the Cost Engineering Leader. He later served as deputy for Program Executive Office for Submarines. He is currently the Asst. Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Resources, Requirements & Assessments). Tamburrino will replace Pete Brown who will retire in May. Brown joined NAVSEA in 1981 and has served as Executive Director since 1998.

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