David Kramer, MBA will be the project lead
President / Information Systems Strategist
David Kramer’s under graduate degree is in management information systems (MIS). He earned an MBA from St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, PA. He has extensive experience in analysis, design, and development of applications for both IBM mainframe and Windows based systems. David has proven experience as an IT project and team leader and will be an active member of the design team. He co-authored two books on relational databases, Using Paradox 3, Que 1989. Later, David taught programming at Alvernia College (now a university) in Reading, PA. Then, he spent 10 years working for large corporations (Eastman Kodak and General Public Utilities) on complex IBM hierarchical databases. Additionally, he has extensive experience designing and implementing normalized relational databases (which is a key component of this project). David managed each of the development and assessment projects listed on item 4 above.
Larry Goncea, Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer
Senior Network Engineer
Larry Goncea is a senior IT consultant, and he leads the infrastructure and cybersecurity services at Domain Technology Group. Larry is a Microsoft Certified System Engineer (MCSE), Citrix Certified Administrator and Sophos Certified Engineer. As the backbone of our infrastructure and cybersecurity services, Larry designs, architects, and develops highly effective and secure network infrastructures. In addition, Larry oversees all server installations, network configurations, mail server setups, wireless installations, Microsoft Office 365 migrations, data backup configurations, networking security and bandwidth management issues. As the head of Domain’s cybersecurity and cyber investigation program, Larry oversees penetration testing and cyber investigation services. He also performs NIST framework based security audits. Overall, he has conducted assessments for systems that run for US House of Representatives and for financial services firms that transact over $1 billion of money orders per year.