Technology Strategy and Innovation
Transformation through people, culture, and technology
Future-Proofing the Enterprise
We help reduce technical debt which is the fuel for innovation. Definitive Logic also helps IT organizations create a culture of innovation that embraces emerging and disruptive technologies, thus transforming how mission needs are met, and balancing future visions with rationalized assets, service-based architectures and modular architecture components.
Tackling Disruptive Challenges
Team Definitive Logic addresses government agencies’ ongoing mission challenges including changing budgets, harnessing technical talent, and responding to public policy changes in the form of government and compliance mandates.
Planning & Governance
Empowering technology leaders to set direction that establishes key priorities aligned to the agency mission, while also ensuring that appropriate processes are in place for a technology organization to sustain its strategies.
Technology Portfolio and Operations Management
Enabling the technology organization to manage its operations as a business unit, not as a cost center, which will deliver value to the mission and strategic objectives of the broader enterprise.
Business Transformation & Emerging Solutions
Identifying new and existing technologies/solutions to better serve the broader organization, developing plans to scale these solutions, and identifying transformative ways to deliver technology services and re-imagine the role of technology leadership within their organizations.
David leads the Technology Strategy and Innovation expertise, bringing over 12 years of experience in helping federal technology executives develop strategic plans and structured processes for developing innovative products and services. David has worked with agencies across the commercial, civilian, and homeland security sectors to develop customer-focused investment portfolios, realizing positive returns on investment and leveraging cutting-edge technology to achieve mission objectives.
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