Bill JonesVice President
Integrated Solutions Group
As Vice President and General Manager of DSA’s Integrated Solutions Group, Bill Jones manages the company’s operations in the D.C. Metro and Midwest Regions. He directs support to DSA’s customers and their customers in building innovative solutions that improve performance in all critical mission areas of the information technology spectrum. He joined DSA in 1995 as a Lead Engineer and was promoted to Program Manager. He became Program Director in 2002, and advanced to the position of Vice President in 2005, overseeing DoD Command, Control, Communications, and Computer (C4) Programs for the D.C. Operation.
Prior to joining DSA, Bill served as a Communications and Electronics Officer in the U.S. Army for 20 years. Bill was responsible for directing, managing, leading, and coordinating daily operations for a 300-person organization. While assigned to the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), Bill served as a Project Officer for more than $250 million in strategic government-owned and -leased communications transmission systems. He drafted and managed the $100 million Pacific Consolidated Telecommunications Network (PCTN) acquisition and supported the implementation of the Defense Message System (DMS). Bill was recognized as a key project officer and subject matter expert in Pacific Terrestrial Transmission issues. He has more than 30 years of experience in telecommunications, information systems, defense acquisition, and project management.
He serves as President of the Fort Belvoir Chapter of the Armed Forces Communications Electronic Association (AFCEA). Under his leadership, in February 2017, the chapter received awards for Model Chapter of the Year and the Albert J. Myer Award for Individual Member Growth and Individual Member Recruiting. In 2015, AFCEA recognized Bill with the International Leadership Award. Bill has also been recognized with AFCEA’s Medal of Merit and Meritorious Service Awards.
Bill has a Bachelor of Science in Business and Computer Science from the University of Maryland and holds a Master of Science from the Naval Postgraduate School in Systems Technology — Joint Command, Control, and Communications. In addition, he holds a Master of Science in Systems Engineering — Security Engineering from George Mason University.