Wayne Carter

Technology entrepreneur and consultant in the Federal Government and commercial arena and healthcare information security assurance. Founder and CEO of (DCIS) with experience in IT hardware, software, service and telecommunication business development coupled with senior level management for corporations and large corporate divisions. Extensive knowledge in the areas of GSA Schedules, IDIQ's, BPA's, BOA's, FARS, DFARS, sales, strategic planning, financial planning, projections, reporting, marketing, business development, technical proposal writing, contract implementation and fulfillment.

As President and CEO of DCIS, grew DCIS revenue to $45 million in sales in less than eight years. DCIS was awarded over $350 million dollars in federal, state & local government contracts and was recognized by Government Computer News as "one of the fastest growing government contractors to provide information technology to the federal government." DCIS was noted as one of the top 10 8(a) IT company in the US by Federal Computer News.

Attended Virginia State University and the University of the District of Columbia. Holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Information Science and a graduate of the Advance Executive Training Program from the Amos Tuck School of Dartmouth College. Graduate of the Advance Management Program from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University.

GSA Eagle Award Winner and nominated by the late Ronald H. Brown, Secretary of Commerce, to serve on the Information Systems Technical Advisory Committee (ISTAC). This distinguished committee oversaw all technological import and export activities for the United States Government. DCIS was recognized by Washington Technology Magazine, as a "Washington FAST 50 company" and "Top 100 Federal Government Contractor." 

Nominated as one of the "Outstanding Young Men of America," and "Who's Who in Business Leaders". Member of the American Electronics Association, the National Contract Management Association, AFCEA, the National Coalition of Minority Businesses, and the Government Information Technology Executive Council.*

*February 2012