Jeff Handy is president and CEO of Fulcrum IT Services, where he manages overall company performance, profitability and growth in the technical services area.
Prior to joining Fulcrum, Handy served as president of Government Micro Resources Inc., where GMRI credits him with transitioning that company from being a reseller of commercial products to an IT engineering firm that delivers technical services to government clients. He also served on the company’s board of directors. Before GMRI, he served as a vice president and director of business development at BTG Inc., focusing on defense and intelligence systems.
At BTG, he managed the company’s intelligence agency and unified command programs in network and systems engineering support, data mining, decision support systems, data fusion and battle management. He previously spent more than six years with the Naval Research Laboratory’s information systems division working with battle management, anti-submarine warfare, the Strategic Defense Initiative and parallel computing research.
He also serves on the board of directors at NexGenVS, where he is also a founding partner of this early stage technology company that leverages a patented peer-to-peer architecture for live mobile video products. He is a member of the Young Presidents’ Organization, where he is chairman for the 2011-12 season and serves on the executive committee.
Handy holds a master’s degree in information systems from George Mason University.