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Executive Profile: Gus Doulaveris, General Dynamics Information Technology VP of Engineering Services

Executive Profile: Gus Doulaveris, General Dynamics Information Technology VP of Engineering Services - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Doulaveris_GusGus Doulaveris serves as vice president and deputy engineering services VP at General Dynamics Information Technology in the health solutions engineering services division.

In this capacity he provides executive leadership to a portfolio of programs within the engineering services sector.

Prior to his role at GDIT, Doulaveris served as VP of technical services at Vangent, where he provided executive leadership to programs in the military health lines of business. In addition to his work in the health sector, Doulaveris also provided strategic leadership to the Vangent business unit that serves the civilian, defense, intelligence and national security agencies of the U.S. federal government; state and local governments; and higher education institutions.

His current and former clients include the Defense Department, Homeland Security and Labor, the U.S. Senate and NASA among others.

Before joining Vangent, Doulaveris served as chief engineer at Stanley Associates, leading a portfolio of highly classified counter intelligence programs for federal agencies, including the DoD's Counter Intelligence Field Agency.

Doulaveris is a former Maryland certified law enforcement officer and an honorably discharged Marine Corp. veteran.

He holds dual Masters of Science degrees in Information & Technology Systems and Telecommunication Systems from Johns Hopkins University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Justice from The American University.

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