Benjamin “Mac” Tuttle is an Associate at Catalyst Partners, conducting research analysis on legislative trends and emerging technologies and how they relate to the greater homeland security enterprise.
When he is not scouring the federal marketplace for new opportunities for the firm’s clients, Mr. Tuttle is probably keeping his ear to the ground on the latest Hill happenings or meeting with Congressional staff to gauge the direction of any given bill.
Since arriving in Washington, D.C., in 2014 with a background in political science, Mr. Tuttle has developed his focus on the federal procurement process and is interested in the liability protections offered to cutting-edge products and services that can support the homeland security mission.
Originally from Clayton, North Carolina, Mr. Tuttle is an Alumnus of East Carolina University in Greenville, NC, where he served on the Executive Board of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity and graduated in 2011 with a B.S. in Political Science. He is a fan of all things North Carolina-related (Tar Heels, Cam Newton, and BBQ) and the Atlanta Braves.