Board of Directors
Jay H. Nussbaum
Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer
Mr. Nussbaum has extensive executive experience in government and commercial sales and management. He previously served as executive vice president of Oracle Service Industries under Oracle's chairman and CEO, Larry Ellison, where he oversaw government, education, health, communications, utilities and financial services operations.
During his nearly 10-year career at Oracle, he helped grow the U.S. government business from less than $60 million to more than $1.5 billion. Under Nussbaum's stewardship as founder, vice chairman and chief operating officer of Agilex Technologies Inc., the company grew to over $300 million in revenue and is now part of Accenture Federal Services, a provider of mission and technology solutions to the national security, healthcare and public sectors of the U.S. government.
He also served as global head of sales, marketing and business development for Citigroup Global Transaction Services, and as president of integrated systems operation at Xerox Corp. Nussbaum has also served on a number of boards of directors, including the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association, and Northrop Grumman Corp. He is active in numerous business and charitable organizations.
David V. Aguilar
During a 35-year career at the U.S. Border Patrol and Customs and Border Protection, Mr. Aguilar led our nation's largest federal law enforcement organization with a workforce of over 60,000 including 43,000 uniformed law enforcement officers. During his tenure as National Chief of the Border Patrol he developed the first US Border Strategy, doubled the size of the Border Patrol, and developed/instituted the Border Patrol's Infrastructure and Technology Program. Since retiring in February 2013, Aguilar has been a Principal at Global Security and Innovative Strategies ("GSIS"), a leading security consulting and business advisory firm headquartered in Washington, DC. At GSIS, David advises clients on a broad range of national homeland and international security matters including border security and logistics, global trade and commerce, supply chain management and security, risk management, viability assessments, and strategic planning and implementation.
Mr. Aguilar began his CBP career as a Border Patrol agent in 1978 and became Chief of the U.S. Border Patrol in 2004. He was appointed Deputy Commissioner in April 2010 and served as acting Commissioner from 2011 to March 2013. For his work and his career of service, Commissioner Aguilar received the Presidential Rank Award in 2008, the President's Meritorious Excellence Award in 2005, the Department of Homeland Security Distinguished Service Medal, the Washington Homeland Security Roundtable Lifetime Achievement Award, and the Institute for Defense and Government Advancement Lifetime Achievement Award. During his tenure, Commissioner Aguilar focused on integrated border management, which includes securing our nation's border from all threats, while facilitating travel and trade. Following his retirement from the CBP, Mr. Aguilar co-founded GSIS where he focuses on the development of global risk management solutions related to supply chain security, customs compliance, and all issues related to border protection at and between international ports of entry.
Mr. Aguilar holds an associate degree in accounting from Laredo Community College and attended Laredo State University and the University of Texas at Arlington. He is a graduate of the Senior Executive Fellows program at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government.
Lt. General John E. Miller
Lieutenant General John E. Miller (Retired), is a decorated combat veteran who has served over 34 years in the US Army, most recently as the Deputy Commanding General of the US Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) responsible for coordinating the implementation of the Army’s first digitized command and control system in a combat brigade. He is a former commander of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault). He also had multiple assignments at the US Army Command and General Staff College where help positions from Tactics Instructor to Commandant. While Commandant, he was concurrently responsible for 11 other Army Schools that provide tactical training and education for Commissioned and Non-Commissioned Officers.
After his retirement from active duty, LTG Miller was a regional Vice President for Oracle Corporation’s Public Sector Division and served as a Divisional President for L-3 Communication providing linguist, intelligence analyst and technical support for deployed forces in 13 countries.
Tim Hoechst has built a nearly 30-year career in Government Information Technology (IT) including holding senior leadership, technical strategy development and sales roles serving Federal government agencies. Mr. Hoechst most recently held the position of Chief Technology Officer at Accenture Federal Services (AFS), a leading IT solutions provider to the US Government. At AFS he was responsible for working with Government and industry leadership to identify and introduce new technologies to help the Federal Government with challenging IT problems.
Prior to AFS, he served as Chief Technology Officer of Agilex Technologies, an Information Technology consulting firm serving the Department of Defense, Homeland Security and various Government agencies. Agilex was acquired by AFS in 2015. Previous to Agilex, for nearly two decades, Mr. Hoechst held a number of senior executive positions at Oracle Corporation, including serving as Senior Vice President of the Public Sector Division.
Robert J. Guerra
Mr. Guerra is a highly-respected veteran in the Federal IT community whose nearly 50-year career includes senior executive management and sales roles at IT firms serving the Federal Government. He currently serves as President of Robert J. Guerra & Associates.
Mr. Guerra was Executive Vice President of Inpixon (formerly Sysorex Information Systems Inc.) where he oversaw the identification, account development, contract capture, and contract implementation aspects of the Company's Federal IT business and was a member of its board of advisors. Earlier, he served as Vice President of Strategic Programs at Falcon Micro Systems, a major provider of information technology solutions to Federal agencies and served as President of Everex Federal Systems Inc. He also held senior positions at Xerox Corporation and was President of Integrated Office Systems, Inc, a wholly owned subsidiary of Federal Data Corporation (FDC).
On five occasions (1993, 1994, 1998, 2001, and 2003) Mr. Guerra was selected as one of Federal Computer Week's Federal 100 award recipients. He has also been selected as the Federation of Government Information Processing Councils (FGIPC) "Industry Executive of the Year" in 1997.
Mr. Guerra served as the founding President of the Bethesda/National Institutes of Health (NIH) chapter of the Armed Forces Communications & Electronics Association (AFCEA), and now serves on its Advisory Committee. Mr. Guerra holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree concentrating in Finance, from St. John Fisher College in Rochester, New York.