Bridgitte Mase

Vice President, Cyber & Technology Solutions

Bridgitte Mase
Vice President, Cyber & Technology Solutions

Bridgitte Mase leads and directs BGS initiatives in Cyber and Technology Solutions in the delivery of secure, compliant, innovation solutions that strengths the Nation’s security and energy infrastructure. In this role, Ms. Mase leads the pursuit and execution of business opportunities in and related to cyber security and innovative technology solutions. She supports the development and implementation of cyber security and technology program elements across all aspects of internal company information systems and provides strategic global IT and cyber leadership for systems managed or supported as a service for the Cyber and Technology Solutions business area. Ms. Mase works with security, information technology (IT), and engineering stakeholders and a variety of security, IT, and engineering technical resources to identify, plan, and implement information technology, operational technology, and cyber security solutions to meet/exceed corporate and regulatory requirements. Ms. Mase spearheads several innovative BGS initiatives including creating the Cyber & Technology Innovation Center, dedicated to solving key technology issues, design technology using a Security by Design principle, and evaluating emerging technologies for government use.

Ms. Mase has more than twenty-years of experience leading the planning, implementation, and development of innovative solutions to complex problems while operating in a highly sensitive and controlled environment at the executive leadership level. She has distinguished herself as a leader in critical infrastructure security, compliance and governance, and technology innovation. Her experience spans across government, nuclear industry, and scientific research facilities. Prior to joining BGS, she held positions as the Director of IT and Cyber Security for Nuclear Safety Associates (NSA) and Atkins Global Nuclear Solutions, where she facilitated the growth of the IT and Cyber Security business line and managed IT and Cyber Security teams both internally and those supporting customer contractual requirements. She also held leadership roles at Oak Ridge National Laboratory where she organized and managed the Computing Integration Group and the Scientific Information Systems Group for the Neutron Sciences Directorate supporting multiple 24-hour User Facilities at the Spallation Neutron Source and the High Flux Isotope Reactor. She has performed key cyber security technical roles as well as Program Manager roles for various government agencies and projects.

She serves as the Energy Facilities Contracting Organization Group (EFCOG) Cyber Security Working Group (CSWG) Chair, as well as various other IT, Cyber Security, and Intelligence Community Councils and is a member of the Project Management Institute, the Association for Women in Science (AWIS), and represents BGS on the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Infragard Council.

She is a University of Tennessee alumni, holding a B.A. in Technical Writing and a M.S. in Computing Information Systems. She has received multiple awards, including innovation awards for the implementation of the Scientific User Portal for the Oak Ridge National Laboratory User Facilities; a Significant Contribution Award for the implementation of the Sample Management System used to track hazardous material samples; Letter of Commendation from the Tennessee House of Representatives, Representative Roger Kane for the 89th District, recognized for excellence in leadership; recognition as Outstanding Community Service Leader from the Knox County, Tennessee Mayor, Tim Burchett.