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Washington, DC, United States (U.S)
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An expert in business development in federal agencies

Charles Painter is a multi-faceted seasoned corporate executive with a thorough understanding of and significant experience with work within the federal sector both as a government contractor and as a former senior level government employee (worked for government for 21 years prior to moving to private sector with previous positions including serving as a former Deputy Division Chief for the National Reconnaissance Office and as a staff officer and manager for the Central Intelligence Agency Office of Security). Proven and verifiable track record of successfully developing business within the federal sector in addition to currently maintaining established contacts within federal agencies to include the US Army, CIA, DIA, DHS, DoD, DOJ, NCIS, NGA, NRO, NSA, and the ODNI and currently tracking and pursuing significant opportunities within several of these agencies.


Experience
Infinisource Consulting Solutions, Inc.

Vice President for Business Development

2019 - Present (2 years, 2 months)
InfiniSource Consulting Solutions (ICS) is a leading provider of Management Consulting, Information Technology, and Professional services to the federal government. We tailor our services to meet the specific needs of our civilian, defense, and private-industry clients. Our corporate support processes are ISO 9001 certified, giving our customers the confidence that we are continually measuring and improving upon the support we provide and are committed to the highest level of customer satisfaction.
ICS recognizes that each of our clients are diverse which gives us the opportunity to incorporate best practices from each industry into our services. We apply the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) methodology to consistently deliver on-time and within budget.
Webster University

Adjunct Professor in Cybersecurity

2014 - Present (7 years, 3 months)
Currently serving as Adjunct Professor at Webster University, National Capital Region from June 2014 to present. Develop and teach graduate coursework in the intelligence and counterintelligence aspects of cybersecurity, pre-emptive deterrence, nation state actors and the projection of cyberpower, and cybersecurity strategic operations. Instruct at the Webster University campuses in Ft. Belvoir, VA and Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, Washington, DC.
SENTEL Corporation

Vice President for Business Development

2014 - 2017 (3 years, 5 months)
Served three and half years as the Vice President for Business Development for a rapidly growing mid-cap company with over $100M in annual revenue. Responsible for all aspects of corporate business development, proposal management, and international capture management. Highly successful in leading business development and proposal staff members in identifying, pursuing, shaping, and winning government contracts valued at more than $350M – representing the largest awards in the history of the firm. Continued to develop extensive and highly effective business development and capture experience through new customers including the US Army Sustainment Command, the US Navy Surface Warfare Center, various Intelligence Community agencies, and the US Department of Treasury.
University of New Haven

Distinguished Special Lecturer

2006 - 2008 (1 year, 10 months)
Served as a Distinguished Special Lecturer at University of New Haven (UNH), Arlington, VA, and Albuquerque, NM from August 2006 to May 2008. Developed and taught graduate coursework in the fundamental principles of the legal charter, presidential executive orders, and the historical framework that guide the operation of national security agencies. Instructed at the UNH campus in Arlington, Virginia and the Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque, NM. Developed and taught graduate coursework on DoD adjudicative guidelines and investigative standards, the protection of national security information and private sector personnel security practices to DOE counterintelligence personnel at National Laboratory facilities.
E-merging Technologies Group, Inc.

Senior Vice President Government Services Business Unit

2006 - 2014 (8 years, 2 months)
Served eight years as the Senior Vice President of an Inc. 5000, Weatherhead 100, NEO Success Award and Washington Fast 50 small business government contracting company; possess extensive experience in directly executing the business development, capture management, program implementation and program and personnel management (ranging from security support, various law enforcement related services, intelligence analysis and training, administrative, records management, IT and other professional service programs) of various government contracts simultaneously and successfully.
SAIC

Assistant Vice President

2003 - 2006 (2 years, 9 months)
Responsible for oversight, planning, management, budgeting and direction of multiple programs including a comprehensive support contract to the ODNI Special Security Center valued at more than $25M, a $1.5M strategic planning support contract to the Chief Security Officer, DHS, and specialized support contracts on a 150 person NGA and Terrorist Threat Integration Center (superseded by the National Counterterrorism Center-NCTC) program valued at more than $125M, a 25 position MDA security support contract and a secure facility contract with Microsoft Corporation.
National Reconaissance Office

Deputy Chief, Personnel Security Division

2002 - 2003 (1 year, 2 months)
Managed the day-to-day operations of the NRO's "best in government" personnel security program that received the Office of Personnel Management's "Guardian Award" for excellence in 2000. Programmatically directed more than 180 Air Force, CIA, and contractor employees across five diverse branches processing over 17,000 SCI eligibility determinations annually. Recognized by the Director of NRO Security as the agency's Senior Security Officer of the Year in 2001 for "effective stewardship of NRO resources.” Served as a member of the IC's Personnel Security Working Group. Awarded the NRO's Meritorious Service Medal in 2003.
National Reconaissance Office

Chief, Polygraph Management Branch

1999 - 2002 (3 years, 3 months)
Managed the largest polygraph program in the Department of Defense (DoD) and the third largest in government conducting more than 10,000 cases annually. Member of the DCI's Counterintelligence Polygraph Committee and the DoD Polygraph Institute's (now NCCA’s) Executive Committee.
Central Intelligence Agency

Staff Officer/Supervisor

1985 - 2003 (18 years, 3 months)
Assigned to CIA's Office of Security within the Directorate of Administration and held various positions in the fields of personnel security, asset vetting, information security, analysis and research. Served as initial program manager for administration of $4M in Intelligence Program Review Group funding for IC-wide personnel security research; authored and coauthored several major quantitative security related research studies. Effectively managed certification and accreditation teams in inspections of high-interest, critical IC automated information systems. Served as a key member of Office of Personnel Security's Reengineering Task Force and led the first ever cross-functional team of adjudicators, investigators, polygraph examiners, and administrative professionals piloting the reengineered applicant process.

Education
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D), Public Administration and Policy

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

1994 - 2002
Certificate of Advance Graduate Study, Public Administration

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

1994 - 2000
Master of General Administration, Business Administration and Management

University if Maryland University College

1992 - 1994
Bachelor of Arts, Psychology

Lenoir-Rhyne Unviersity

1977 - 1981