Thomas J. Kelly is Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Systems Engineering and Information Technology Group (SE&IT) for Dynamics Research Corporation (DRC). The SE&IT delivers services to federal, state, and commercial organizations. DRCís SE&IT is externally evaluated as a Repeatable (Level 2) organization in accordance with the Software Engineering Instituteís (SEIís) Capability Maturity Model (CMM) and is pursuing assessment as a Defined (Level 3) organization. State business is heavily concentrated in delivering Health and Human Services application development support and LAN/WAN infrastructure support. The infrastructure support includes equipment procurement, installation, certification and service-level plan support to include helpdesk management and operation. The SE&IT also provides technology support to other groups in the corporation in such areas of database analysis/support, web enablement, programming support services, documentation/conversion support, and software engineering structured methodology support and development.
Immediately preceding his present position, Mr. Kelly was Managing Principal of the Social Services Practice for the Unisys Corporation. Mr. Kelly managed all social services programs for the Public Sector of Unisys and the development of applications for state governments across all areas of federally mandated programs. These programs included Child Welfare, Child Support Enforcement Systems and Adult Protective Services. In addition to ground up development projects, Mr. Kelly managed large-scale, follow-on maintenance efforts for several state governments.
Prior to joining Unisys, Mr. Kelly worked for Atlantic Research Corporation where he managed multiple, large, firm fixed price contracts in the United States and Canada. These contracts provided services to the federal government agencies under the General Services Administration task order type contracts.
Prior to that Mr. Kelly completed a distinguished career in the United States Air Force.
Mr. Kelly holds a Bachelor of Science degree in General Engineering from the United States Military Academy and a Master of Science degree in Research and Development from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.