Prior to SalientCRGT, Antle was president and CEO of SI International, an information technology and network solutions company delivering mission-critical solutions primarily to the federal government with approximately 5,000 professionals and annual revenue of $580 million for 2008. Antle was appointed CEO in September 2005, retaining his responsibilities as president from early 2001. Since joining SI in June 1999, he helped lead and integrate eight acquisitions, an IPO and two secondary offerings.
Prior to joining SI International, Antle stood up Washington Technical Operations for Lockheed Martin in 1996. Within three years of establishing the new engineering division, Antle built the organization to more than 1,700 engineers, supporting twenty-one sites and seventy programs. Antle began his corporate career at General Electric in 1985, as a senior systems engineer. After successfully spearheading a variety of systems engineering assignments, he was selected in 1990 to form a quality engineering department of 150 professionals, supporting more than $400 million in development contracts.
Before joining General Electric, Antle served in the U.S. Navy for eight years as a surface warfare officer and was deputy department head for systems engineering at one of the Navy's software development facilities for tactical embedded systems. Following his release from active military service, Antle served in the Naval Reserve, holding several reserve commands, including his last command of a Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division unit. He retired from the Naval Reserves with the rank of captain.
Antle earned a Master's in engineering from Penn State University, an MBA from the National University, and a Bachelor of Science in business administration from the University of Maryland.
Antle is active in numerous community and business organizations such as the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) Board, Board of Directors of Boys and Girls Club of Greater Washington, Board of Trustees of the Virginia Veterans Services Foundation, chair emeritus of NVTC, and past chairman of the Board for the Software & Systems Consortium. Additionally, he has served as past secretary on the board of Celebrate Fairfax. He and his wife, Jean, have a daughter and live in Haymarket, Virginia.