Jeff Wallace is a seasoned executive with over 30 years of experience in management and technical positions in the government sector specializing in strategic enterprise architecture planning, business process design, analytic and cost modeling, and the development of analytic decision-support systems.
Prior to co-founding ASEC, Jeff was Vice President of Systems Engineering & VP of Operations at Scientific and Technology Analysis Corporation (STAC) where he actively managed key software tools development and engineering projects for two key Intelligence Community agencies.
Vice President & Chief Financial Officer
Curtis D. Carlson is responsible for the oversight of the company’s accounting group and all aspects of its financial reporting and compliance, including establishing financial processes and procedures as well as implementing and maintaining new finance systems. In addition, he is the primary liaison with bank officers and the Company’s independent auditors. Curtis has over 27 years of experience in the information technology consulting arena to include contracts/subcontracts management, proposal management, corporate governance as well as mergers and acquisitions.
Before joining ASEC, Curtis founded and was president of Fair Lakes Consulting Group, Inc., a private company developing web-enabled software applications for the United States (US) Intelligence Community. Prior to that, he was with Infodata Systems Inc., a public company, where he served as its Director of Contracts and Administration, as well as its Corporate Secretary. Before that he was with IBM Federal Systems Division in the Business Practices and Contracts organization where he negotiated contracts and agreements with various US Government organizations ranging from NASA to the United States military.
Curtis previously sat on the board of directors of Synergy One Federal Credit Union for 4 years (3 years as chairman) and oversaw its growth to $100M in deposits.
Curtis holds a B.S. in Economics and Finance from the Rochester Institute of Technology and is currently completing coursework for his MBA from Virginia Tech. He lives in Northern Virginia with his wife and children.
Chief Strategy Officer
Susan Williams has spent 30 years supporting the US Intelligence Community as both a federal employee and a defense contractor. She is currently Chief Strategy Officer of ASEC, leading the portfolio of business for Intelligence Community clients. Her responsibilities include business development, client delivery, P/L management, and staff development.
Prior to her service at ASEC, she was a Principal at Booz Allen Hamilton, where she led an operating unit providing enterprise IT support to the Intelligence Community. Susan started her career as employee of the Central Intelligence Agency. In her 13 years at the CIA, Susan held positions involving financial analysis, strategy development and contract negotiation.
Susan holds a B.S in Industrial Management from the Georgia Institute of Technology and an MBA from George Mason University.
Don Langguth has supported the Intelligence Community for over 30 years through on-site technical positions. He is responsible for managing ASEC’s largest contract, providing oversight to multiple prime contractors and managing staff development as well as contributing to business development efforts and cost centers.
Prior to joining ASEC, Don was Director/Vice President for Everware-CBDI, primarily supporting the Intel Business where he actively managed key development and engineering projects to the enterprise, specifically in planning, design, development, and delivery to Intelligence Community customers.
Don holds a B.A. in Business Management from St. Louis University. He lives in Northern Virginia with his wife of over 40 years and enjoys spending time with his 2 grown children and grandchildren.