Michael Voce brings a well-rounded, nuclear security management background to the position of general manager at NSPS Oak Ridge. He provides senior leadership and guidance to the NSPS DOE Oak Ridge contract and is responsible for directing the safe and efficient performance of the protective work force as well as all security-related operations.
Prior to joining NSPS, Voce took on the challenging role of president at Protection Strategies Incorporated in May 2012. He was directly responsible for successfully changing the executive management culture during his tenure at this 500-person, global security management firm. Prior to his appointment as president, Voce held the position of program manager of Health, Safety and Security Technical Support Services, providing direct oversight of a multimillion dollar contract supporting DOE and the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA).
His previous experience includes working for more than 12 years as the director of training and the director of protective force operations in support of the NNSA at the Nevada Site Office (NSO). Voce was also employed by NNSA/NSO as the emergency management program coordinator as well as a protective force supervisor and trainer.
A retired U.S. Army veteran with more than 20 years of military police service, Voce earned a master’s degree in educational and instructional technology from National University as well as a bachelor’s degree in human services and criminal justice from Wayland Baptist University.
As the planning and operations lead at NSPS, Garrity is responsible for providing leadership and guidance for the planning, development, evaluation and validation of protective force orders, emergency preparedness response plans and protective force scheduling.
Prior to joining NSPS, Garrity worked as director and deputy director of the protective force at the Y-12 National Security Complex for over two years in support of the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) and the Department of Energy. In this role, he served on the NNSA Mission Essential Task List (METL) development team whose products are now used across the complex for training administration and execution.
A decorated military veteran, Garrity served over 24 years with the military police, most recently as the Commander, 16th Military Police Brigade (Airborne), director of emergency services and XVIII Airborne Corps Provost Marshal at Fort Bragg, N.C. He also served in Bagram, Afghanistan as the Commander, Detainee Operations and the commander of the Detainee Operations Task Force. His other military assignments included serving at the Pentagon as well as in Germany and Iraq.
Garrity holds a master’s degree in national security and strategic studies from the Naval War College and a bachelor’s degree in zoology from the University of Vermont.
Kyle Anne Lang provides direction and leadership for NSPS operations and financial administration. Her responsibilities include overseeing finance, accounting, payroll, HR, contracts, procurement, logistics and data management services.
Lang brings a diverse career in business management, effective client relations and contract management to this position. Prior to joining NSPS, she worked for Triple Canopy since 2005 – most recently managing a subcontract for the $700 million Kuwait Base Operations Security Support Services (K-BOSSS) contract with the Department of Defense (DoD). She acted as the primary interface with the client for all contractual, finance, quality and compliance issues.
Previously, Lang worked at Triple Canopy’s Forward Operating Base in Baghdad, Iraq, where she managed 30 DoD prime and subcontracts, commercial contracts and vendor agreements worth $100M. She also acted as the primary contractor interface with government contracting offices, including CENTCOM Contracting Command and the Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA).
Lang also served as commercial operations manager for Triple Canopy during which she identified and captured new commercial business opportunities in Iraq, and managed dozens of projects from inception to completion focusing on a combination of security, logistics and personal services. Other positions held included systems analyst and chief administration officer for NAID, Inc. in Washington, D.C. and Al Amarah, Iraq.
Lang earned a master’s degree in Psychology from the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, UK. She also holds a post-graduate certificate in Procurement and Contracts Management from the University of Virginia.