the leadership of Wayne Carter (founder), DCIS has become "one
of the fastest growing government contractors to provide information
technology to the federal government," according to Government
Computer News. By using innovative marketing strategies and providing
our clients with the best technological solutions, DCIS revenues
grew from sales of $160,000 per year and exceeded $30 million in
the first ten years of existence.
was an active spokesperson for the US Small Business Committee 8(a)
Program. He has also continued to advise other small businesses
in the community and been
credited with spearheading the business community to implement important
legislative concerns that would affect small businesses. Mr. Carter
was nominated by the late Ronald H. Brown, Secretary of Commerce,
to serve on the Information Systems Technical Advisory Committee
(ISTAC). This distinguished committee oversees all technological
import and export activities for the United States Government.
to the founding of DCIS, Mr. Carter served as a Marketing Representative
with the IBM Corporation. He has been nominated as one of the "Outstanding
Young Men of America," and "Who's Who in Business Leaders".
He is an active member with the American Electronics Association,
the National Contract Management Association, the National Coalition
of Minority Businesses, and the Government Information Technology
of Washington, DC, Mr. Carter attended the Archdioceses Catholic
Schools of Washington. He attended Virginia State University and
the University of the District of Columbia where he received a Bachelor
of Science in Computer Information Science. Mr. Carter is also a
recent graduate of the Advance Executive Training Program from the
Amos Tuck School of Dartmouth College and the Kellogg Graduate School
of Management at Northwestern University.
is the proud father of two children, Miles and Brooke.