Mr. Lombardi has more than 17 years experience in business and systems consulting and business development that has spanned federal and commercial industries in both domestic and international businesses. He is currently the President and CEO of TeraThink Corporation (TeraThink), the 96th fastest growing company in the country as ranked by Inc. Magazine’s 2009 “Inc. 500” list. As President and CEO, he oversees all aspects of the organization and provides complete leadership to the firm, furnishing overall company direction. In addition to working for internationally-recognized consulting firms, Mr. Lombardi has also assisted in the development, management, direction, and sale of small start-up consulting firms that specialize in enterprise application implementations. He has also developed business for a global trade management software provider. While there, he successfully positioned solutions with companies that trade internationally, streamlining and compressing their supply chain. His broad consulting and management experience encompasses all aspects of business practice, from project management, enterprise processes optimization and reengineering, enterprise application implementation, business system design and development, system analysis, and business development. Mr. Lombardi is an active member in the Virginia Tech Intelligence and Defense Executive Alumni (VT-IDEA) Association, serves on the Virginia Tech Student Advisory Board, and serves on the Easter Seals Greater Washington-Baltimore Region Board of Directors. He earned his B.S. in mechanical engineering from Virginia Polytechnic Institute.
Thomas Byers, CPA
Mr. Byers has a proven track record of providing federal clients with visionary leadership and business advisory support. He has helped governmental clients accomplish business process and financial system modernization objectives for the past 15 years. His primary areas of expertise include federal financial management, enterprise architecture, new technology insertion, systems integration, ERP advisory, audit and advisory services, and program/project management. Mr. Byers started his career in government with the Inspector General (IG), Department of Defense (DoD), by conducting operational audits of DoD major weapons system acquisition programs, including emerging advanced technology programs. While with the IG, DoD, Mr. Byers also conducted the DoD Consolidated Financial Statement audit and performed the very first audit of DoD’s implementation of the Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA). Mr. Byers also conducted some of the first reviews of DoD financial systems’ compliance with Federal Financial Management Improvement Act (FFMIA) and Financial Systems Integration Office (FSIO) standards. Since leaving the government, Mr. Byers’ career has included leadership positions with both global management consulting and accounting firms. Mr. Byers has been a key driver of DoD business modernization activities, including the development of DoD’s first Business Enterprise Architecture and Transition Plan and DoD’s first common business language, the Standard Financial Information Structure (SFIS). Mr. Byers also played a key role providing advisory support across DoD to multiple ERP implementations. Mr. Byers holds a B.S. in business administration, with an accounting focus, from The Ohio State University. He is a Certified Public Accountant in both Indiana and the District of Columbia. Mr. Byers is a member of the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) and actively supports both the Association of Government Accountants (AGA) and the American Society of Military Comptrollers (ASMC).
Peter Menard, PMP
Mr. Menard has over 18 years of business and system consulting with an emphasis on financial systems and financial management. He has worked for small business and internationally recognized consulting firms that focus on both commercial and public sectors. He has a proven track record of successful management and delivery on large scale complex enterprise environments. He has extensive experience with full Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC) including process analysis and improvement, program and project management, operational effectiveness, quality assurance, and Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V). He is responsible for corporate activities that promote operational efficiency, including infrastructure, human resources, quality, recruiting, proposal management, information technology, and other corporate functions. Mr. Menard earned his M.B.A. in finance and B.S. in marketing management from Virginia Polytechnic Institute. He has successfully completed numerous systems and project management classes. He is a Project Management Institute (PMI) member and certified Project Management Professional (PMP).
John Munies serves as Senior Vice President for Civilian and Homeland Security Programs. He understands what is necessary to catapult TeraThink to the midsized business marketplace and advance the company’s alliances to expand capabilities and services that have broad market application. He brings more than 27 years of senior level technology and finance experience, including nearly 14 years at CACI International as a Senior Vice President and 13 years in various positions with Commonwealth of Boston, Massachusetts. His expertise incudes strategic planning, acquisition strategies, strategic alliances, enterprise transformation, and public sector finance. Prior to his work with TeraThink and CACI, John served in several Legislation and Executive Branch positions in the State of Massachusetts’ including CFO at the Department of Revenue, COO at the Registry of Motor Vehicles, Deputy CIO at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, Deputy Assistant Comptroller in the office the State Comptroller, and Deputy Director of Fiscal Policy at the Senate Ways and Means Committee leading several enterprise IT transformation projects. John holds a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Bridgewater State University and Certificates in Executive Leadership from Georgetown University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology – Sloan School of Business. He is also a member of several IT and finance associations; serves on the Associates Board of the Wolf Trap Foundation; Board of Advisors, Office of Military Services, George Mason University; chairman of the Piedmont Golf Club’s Board of Governors; and is the founder and chairman of the Piedmont Charitable Foundation.
Tim Clements is Vice President of Systems Engineering at TeraThink Corporation. In this role, Mr. Clements is responsible for building and growing TeraThink through strategic planning and business development initiatives. He develops go-to-market strategies, solutions, and methodologies, as well as establishes and manages a team of experienced management and technical consulting professionals. Mr. Clements has over 25 years of industry and government leadership experience establishing, developing, and managing projects across multiple Information Technology (IT) disciplines. Mr. Clements has proven federal consulting expertise in areas such as marketing; capture planning and proposal development; business-to-business and business-to-consumer e-commerce strategies; enterprise resource planning; and the redesign of business processes. Prior to joining TeraThink, Mr. Clements served as a Vice President at Guident Technologies, Senior Principal at SRA International, Practice Director at Oracle Corporation, and Deputy Chief Information Officer (CIO) at UNICOR. His government experience includes project management responsibilities with the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS). Mr. Clements holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Business Administration from Shippensburg University. He is certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM) from the American Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS) and as a Project Management Professional (PMP) from the International Project Management Institute (PMI).
James A. Mohl, PMP, ITIL
Mr. Mohl has 30 years of experience with large-scale project management and delivery, operations and maintenance, client management, commercial and federal sectors, IT and financial and supply chain business processes, and C-level interaction. He has significant experience as project manager, consultant, and training instructor for Federal and commercial implementations of Oracle’s eBusiness Suite and Supply Chain software. He was also an IT manager at three leading consumer product companies, focused on supply chain solutions and possesses 10 years of project management experience on several federal projects, including experience with federal financial management and acquisitions management. He maintains a management style guided by principles of client service, continuous improvement, team building, and coaching. Mr. Mohl earned his MS in Computer Science from Johns Hopkins University and his BS in computer science and mathematics from Xavier University. He is a Project Management Institute (PMI) member, certified Project Management Professional (PMP), and ITIL v3 Foundation certified. He is a former board member of the DC Oracle Applications Users Group (DCOAUG).