The Government Freelance Exchange (GovFlex) matches government agencies and contractors to the best independent experts they need for a project. GovFlex was established to provide leading e-Commerce-based practices to those who serve in government, the military, as well as the businesses and independent experts who support them.
The company was created to streamline the process of finding needed talent quickly at competitive prices, while promoting compliance and ease of use. It is dedicated to enhance competition and reduce overhead the same way that “gig economy” platforms have enabled private sector enterprises and freelancers to work together on a project basis.
GovFlex is a true end-to-end solution that begins with defining the expertise and skills required. The system identifies the most qualified subject matter experts available, helps the client identify the right expert and on-board them for the project. Our service continues through completion and payment for the project, even providing IRS Form 1099 income tax information to the expert at the end of the year.
We protect the security and personal information of the experts and those who seek their services. Our prompt payment processing and handling of related financial information are leading practices in the government marketplace.
Our team of founders brings formidable experience in government contracting and providing related business services.
GovFlex is a minority-owned small business committed to building a professional, diverse and inclusive marketplace emphasizing equal opportunity for all. Our government, industry and independent clients reflect the diversity of our community of practice. The values we share have been incorporated into our Code of Ethics and business practices from day one. We remain committed to these ideals while ensuring that all are treated with dignity and respect.
Eric Adolphe, CEO
Tech and internet-savvy business executive with over fifteen years of success building high-growth firms focused on mission impact, revenue and margin attainment, primarily in the technology and government contracting sectors. Imbues startups and established businesses with entrepreneurial zeal. Serves as a trusted advisor and confidante to executive team members. Builds individuals, departments and groups into cohesive and dedicated teams driven to exceed organizational and individual goals.
Bob Dickson, President
A proven leader who thrives on bringing change and innovation to government and industry where they intersect in the government-contracting marketplace. Forty years of achievement building and leading public and private sector program management and contracting organizations in support of U.S. vital interests, national security and foreign affairs. Recognized for leadership, delivering results and professional contributions to improve government operations, business-government relations and federal contracting.
Dwayne Robinson, COO
A high-integrity, authentic, energetic leader known for ability to envision and create successful outcomes in complex situations. Significant experience in the Information Technology industry and the Federal Intelligence market sector. Strong leader, motivator and team player with established record of success in identifying new and emerging business opportunities. Highly skilled in developing operational and strategic tactics from original concept through implementation.
Bob Suda, Vice President of Strategic Initiatives
Bob Suda is a Co-Founder and Vice President of Strategic Initiatives at GPSI. Bob is also the president of Suda and Associates providing strategic insight to government contractors. He has successfully managed large Financial and Information Technology organizations in the Federal Government some with staff in excess of 1000 associates. He was the interim director of the U.S. Dept. of Transportation Volpe Center, an Associate CIO for Operations for USDA, an Assistant Commissioner for GSA IT Solutions and the CFO of the GSA Federal Technology Service. Bob has a BS in Accounting from King’s College.
Melanie Baker, Principal Proposal Expert
Melanie Baker is a Co-Founder and the principal proposal expert for GPSI. Melanie has more than 30 years’ experience in leading winning proposal efforts for US federal, commercial, and foreign government proposals. She has trained teams and developed tailored processes for large and small business enterprises in strategic business planning, proposal development, technical writing/editing, and long-term planning. She has facilitated wins exceeding $100B over the past 10 years. Most recently, Melanie was the Knowledge Management Director and Integration and Capture Management Director for DynCorp International. Prior to this, she was the Deputy Director for Proposal Development for Parsons. Melanie attended the University of Phoenix/Columbia. Melanie has been a major contributor to the GovFlex Academy.
Mike Lisagor, Chief Knowledge Officer
Mike Lisagor is a Co-Founder and Chief Knowledge Officer at GovFlex. Mike is responsible for the development of the GovFlex Academy. He founded Celerity Works in 1999 to help government contractor executives accelerate their revenue growth. Prior to this, Mike was a government contractor vice president of domestic and international business development for over ten years. He has an MS in Management from National Louis University where he taught marketing for managers. He also implemented the project risk management process and training program for GSA FEDSIM. Mike is the author of Managing and Winning Government Business and The Enlightened Manager.
Michael Peacock, Vice President of Sales and Marketing
Michael Peacock is the Vice President of Sales and Marketing at GovFlex. Michael has long standing relationships within the Federal Government and a wide range of system integrators and technology companies at senior levels. He has also been the Chief Marketing Officer for DV-United, LLC for the last nine years. Prior to this he was a Director of Business Development at SI International and Litton PRC. He was also the VP of Logistics Services for C3, Inc. for 8 years. Michael is a former U.S. Marine Corps officer and has a BA from California State University, Bakersfield.
Steve Cooper, Technical Advisor
Mr. Cooper serves as a technical advisor to our CSO Jasson Walker who is leading the FedRAMP compliance activities. Mr. Cooper served as Chief Information Officer (CIO) at the U.S. Department of Commerce from June 2014 to January 2017. As CIO, Cooper served as the Secretary’s principal adviser on Information Technology (IT) across Commerce’s 12 bureaus. He was the Senior Accountable Official for Cybersecurity, and chaired the Department’s CIO Council. He led development and implementation of the Department’s enterprise-wide IT strategy and operations, oversaw the building and operation of a robust enterprise IT security risk program, and served as an adviser on mission and business IT systems and services.
Jasson Walker, Chief Security Officer
Jasson Walker Jr. is the Chief Security Officer at GovFlex. Jasson established cFocus Software Incorporated in 2006 to provide custom SharePoint development, administration, web application development, help desk, and information assurance services to federal government clients. Prior to that, Jasson was a Lead Software Developer for Advanced Systems Development (ASD), Inc. and a Senior Software Engineer for Optimus Corporation. Jasson has a BA in Mathematics from Dartmouth College. Jasson is a CISSP, a Certified Ethical Hacker, a Certified Penetration Tester, Security+ certified, and PMP certified.
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