ABOUT CCAT

SOLVING PROBLEMS FOR A FUTURE FORCE

CCAT is an employee- and veteran-owned small business that helps decision makers in the U.S. armed forces answer their most difficult questions.

Using world-class analysis with a system-of-systems engineering approach, we develop, test, and evaluate scenarios that our warfighters will face—today and in the future. And we position ourselves for success by attracting and nurturing superior talent.

A DYNAMIC TEAM

We couldn’t be prouder of our family of professionals. Our employee-owned status means that when the company succeeds, we all succeed. 

Our top priorities are taking care of our employees and our customers. Meeting our customers’ needs allows the company to grow, which in turn provides a fulfilling place for employees to work. We reward exceptional job performance with generous benefits, and challenge our team members to take on challenging, cutting-edge work.

OUR LEADERSHIP

We’ve been in business since 2006, and many of our senior leaders and engineers have military experience and in-depth subject matter expertise. When we make a recommendation, you can be sure we’ve looked at it from all sides.

WALTER MARCH
PRESIDENT & CEO


Mr. March has more than 30 years’ experience is M&S and Operational Test and Evaluation. He has been supporting the Department of Defense (DOD) since 1985 focused on the USAF, OSD and the joint/multi-service community to engineer analysis environments for weapon system requirements and capability development/evaluation. His T&E efforts included the B-2 bomber, F-22 fighter, and other specialized programs. He lead a contractor team for AFOTEC for B-2 Initial/Final Operational Test and Evaluation (I/FOT&E) and Force Development Evaluation (FDE) efforts for the B-2 bomber focused on test plan development, pre-test planning, test execution, data reduction, data analysis and report writing. Mr. March developed and executed the B-2 OT Accreditation Plan receiving approval from the AFOTEC/CC. He has a degree in Aerospace Engineer from NC State University and a Master Degree in Systems Engineering from the Air Force Institute of Technology.


His current technical duties include systems engineering and test expertise in all aspects of the tactical execution of projects and strategic direction to achieve the goals of the USAF and the Department of Defense. One major focus area is the design, development and execution of Systems of Systems (SoS) analysis efforts — for example, ISR, IAMD, CAS, JPR and DCA/OCA — and how advanced technologies are integrated with the legacy force structure providing decision support to the USAF/DoD acquisition and T&E community.


Walter is extremely proud to lead a team of CCAT professionals executing complex projects for the DoD. As the President, CEO and Chairman he works to ensure compliance with various government agencies (i.e. DCAA) and focuses on long term sustainable growth for the CCAT family.

BRAD DUNAWAY
VICE PRESIDENT & CFO


Mr. Dunaway earned his M.B.A from the University of Dayton and his B.S. in Computer Science from Wright State University. Before joining CCAT, he was vice president of a Fortune 500 defense contractor. Mr. Dunaway’s primary technology focus areas include modeling and simulation, software engineering, data fusion, data and system modeling, and large-scale distributed systems.

KURT HALL
VICE PRESIDENT & COO


Mr. Hall has more than 30 years’ experience in operations, intelligence, acquisition, test and systems engineering. While in the Air Force, he was an F-16 maintenance flight commander, space launch squadron commander, and intelligence group commander. Mr. Hall was a lead test manager under the DoD’s Space Test Program which placed joint experiments on the Space Shuttle and also conducted numerous air system technology demonstrations. He managed various Canadian aircraft programs and became the Assistant Political Advisor for the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD). He led the Air Force rejuvenation of system engineering (including modeling and simulation) as the Associate Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force (Science, Technology and Engineering), and Deputy Director of Engineering and Technical Management, Headquarters Air Force Materiel Command.

  • WALTER MARCH
    PRESIDENT & CEO
  • BRAD DUNAWAY
    VICE PRESIDENT & CFO
  • KURT HALL
    VICE PRESIDENT & COO
  • BRANDON WILSON
    VICE PRESIDENT & DIVISION MANAGER
    Fort Walton Beach Division
  • ED KULAS
    VICE PRESIDENT & DIVISION MANAGER
    Hampton Roads Division
  • GREG TACKETT
    VICE PRESIDENT & DIVISION MANAGER
    Huntsville Alabama Division

BRANDON WILSON
VICE PRESIDENT & DIVISION MANAGER
Fort Walton Beach Division


Mr. Wilson is a combat veteran with over 27 years of joint and Marine Corps Air Command and Control experience, and his technical expertise includes joint air and missile defense, tactical command and control operations, data exchange, and architectures. Since 2006, he has been a major contributor to the development of distributed test processes at the 46th Test Squadron Data-link Test Flight. He spent 12 years serving as a senior operations analyst on the Joint Staff All Service Combat Identification Evaluation Team, the United States Joint Forces Command Joint Combat Identification Evaluation Team, and the Joint Fires Integration and Interoperability Team.

ED KULAS
VICE PRESIDENT & DIVISION MANAGER
Hampton Roads Division


Mr. Kulas leads the information security teams for distributed development, experimentation, and test events such as AGILE Fire and JEFX. He has pioneered tailored processes and policy certification and accreditation of facilities and systems supporting these events. He has led teams of information assurance experts to align the appropriate controls to phases of the acquisition cycle to foster the affordable incremental building of information security into emerging capabilities. Ed retired after 24 years of service in the USAF as a communications officer. Mr. Kulas has a B.S. in electrical engineering from Southern Illinois University-Carbondale, and an M.S. in engineering management from the University of Missouri-Rolla.

GREG TACKETT
VICE PRESIDENT & DIVISION MANAGER
Huntsville Alabama Division


Mr. Tackett is a retired member of the US Army Senior Executive Service with over 33 years of modeling and simulation, test and evaluation, and systems engineering experience. His technical expertise includes air and missile defense, close combat weapon systems, networked fires, and Army aviation. Mr. Tackett served as the Director of the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Research, Development, and Engineering Center’s System Simulation and Development Directorate for 7 years, and as the Director of the Ballistic Missile Defense System Operational Test Agency for 3 years. His also served in Navy and Army labs and project offices. Mr. Tackett holds a B.S. in physics from Mississippi College and an MBA from the University of Tennessee.

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