President and Chief Executive Officer
Sumeet Shrivastava is an accomplished executive and proven business leader with more than two decades of experience in the government IT industry. As President and CEO of ARRAY, he provides overall corporate leadership for the company’s growth strategy, which has included a successful graduation from the 8(a) program and recently lead a management buyout of ARRAY.
Prior to ARRAY, Sumeet was SVP for Public Sector at Keane (now NTT Data) and also spent time as the SVP for North American Commercial Sales and Marketing. As EVP and COO of ANSTEC, a Government IT contractor, he architected the company’s sale to Keane. Sumeet’s experience has traversed the full range of early-stage small business to a competitive, mid-tier contractor, including on both sides of M&A transactions. Sumeet has been committed to his alma mater, George Mason University (MBA ’94), and the regional community throughout his career. He serves on the GMU Foundation Board of Trustees, is the President-Elect of Mason’s Alumni Association, and sits on the Dean’s Advisory Council for the Business School.
MBA from George Mason University in Fairfax, VA
Jon C. Dittmer
Sr. Vice President & General Manager, Defense Sector
Jon joined ARRAY in April 2010 as Vice President and is responsible for leading the Defense Application Services team. Jon is a proven defense information technology executive who brings more than 25 years of information technology acquisition and management experience. He is highly adept at driving increased capability and mission success for major Defense programs.
Prior to joining ARRAY, Jon held leadership positions within the US Air Force and the Oracle Corporation. For the USAF, Jon’s assignments included managing the Defense Message System – Air Force, leading the Electronic System Center’s Commanders Action Group, managing the Standard Base Supply System operations, and directing the Integrated Logistics System – Supply modernization. At Oracle, Jon managed Oracle’s many initiatives across the USAF, including the capture of the Defense Enterprise Accounting Management System (DEAMS) and the Expeditionary Combat Support System (ECSS) implementations of Oracle’s E-Business Suite.
B.S. Computer Science, University of Central Florida, 1982
M.S. Computer Information Systems, Boston University, 1990
Responsible for all day to day accounting, finance, human resources and contracts for the Company to include internal and external financial reporting, budgeting, project costing for bids / proposals, corporate taxation, insurance risk management, financing and banking relationships, personnel and human resources, and compliance reporting.
Bob has held Senior Executive positions in multiple companies specializing in Government Contracting since 1988. He has worked with 8(a) Companies, graduated 8(a) Companies, and large businesses.
Sr. Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer
Curt joined ARRAY in November of 2018, with responsibility for leading the development and execution of a human capital strategy that supports the firm’s growth objectives and family-oriented culture. He currently provides oversight to all human resource and security related functions.
Curt’s background encompasses more than two decades of leadership experience with global firms in the aerospace, consulting, and technology industries. Previous employers include Deloitte, British Aerospace, PA Consulting Group, ANSTEC, and MCR. His experience spans all aspects of human capital management including organizational design and development, talent management, employee development and succession planning, and the design and management of reward and retention programs. Curt currently serves as an adjunct professor in the School of Business at George Mason University, and he is a 2016 recipient of GMU’s 20 Prominent Patriots in Business Award.
MBA – George Mason University
Bachelor of Science – University of Akron
Dr. Hafidh A. A. Ghalib
Vice President, Science and Technology
Hafidh joined ARRAY in 2007 and manages the Geophysical Research and Development and Knowledge Data Center Programs.
Prior to joining ARRAY, he served as Manager of the Earth Sciences Program and Director of Florida Operations at Harris Corporation/Multimax (2001-2007). Prior to 2001, Dr. Ghalib served as a Chief Scientist, Integration and Test Manager, and a Seismologist at the Geophysics Division, Monitoring Systems Operation, Defense Technology Group of Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC). From 1988 – 1995, Dr. Ghalib served as a Middle Manager and a Staff Scientist at the Data and Computer Science Division, ENSCO, Inc. In addition to his managerial and business development responsibilities, he has been leading various research projects and deploying seismic stations and seismo-acoustic arrays in the Middle East and Far East under contracts with the Air Force Research Laboratories (AFRL), the United States Geological Survey (USGS), the Department of Energy and the Department of State.
Ph.D., Geophysics/Seismology, Saint Louis University, Missouri, 1992
Post-Graduate Diploma, Seismology, International Institute of Seismology and Earthquake Engineering (IISEE), Japan, 1977
M.S., Geophysics, University of Baghdad, Iraq, 1974
B.S., Geology/Geophysics, University of Baghdad, Iraq, 1971
Chuck joined ARRAY in 2012 and is in charge of managing and integrating Corporate Quality Programs, including ISO 9001, CMMI, ISO 20000 and ISO 27000. Chuck is responsible for Quality Awareness, People Involvement, Customer Focus, and Performance Improvement on an ongoing basis through different Quality Initiatives across the organization. Chuck offers over 25 years of experience in software development and data management with over 12 years in Quality Assurance, Process Management & Improvement, and Organization Change Management.
Prior to joining ARRAY, Chuck was Program Quality Manager for the Boeing Company and Corporate Quality Director for Access Systems, Inc. He has been responsible for implementing Quality initiatives and process streamlining at both program and corporate levels. Chuck lead one the first successful implementations of CMMI for Services (CMMI-SVC), has directed multiple ISO 9001Corporate Quality Management Systems and has experience in ISO 20000 and ISO 27000 IT standards. Chuck began his career as an Applications Developer, Program Manager and Technical Director in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) at Halliburton, Louis Berger Group and other IT Services providers.
BA, International Affairs, George Washington University
Dual Master Degrees (MA/MLS) in Geography and Information Systems, University of Maryland-College Park
Certified Manager of Quality/Organizational Excellence-CMQ/OE (American Society for Quality)
Lead Internal Auditor for ISO 9001, ISO 20000 and CMMI