Who We Are

In the defense and intelligence sectors, mission success depends on collaboration, integrity and technology. At Quadrint, we provide enterprise solutions that enable all levels of an organization to work together to achieve success more efficiently, rapidly and securely. As a trusted partner to federal agencies and private sector clients, mission success is our shared goal. Our agility, innovation and strategic perspective empower our clients to do more.

Quadrint was founded in 2000 with a mission to help clients improve business efficiency and achieve total collaboration at the enterprise level. From our corporate headquarters in Falls Church, VA we have developed a strong history of delivering solutions that offer measurable business impact – when the outcome matters most.

Proven Experience

Our employees average more than 15 years experience supporting the Intelligence Community. We have partnered with public and private agencies across the intelligence community, including all the major intelligence agencies, and have strong relationships with the best firms in the industry. What sets us apart is that our enterprise collaboration solutions not only ensure efficiency and security within our client organizations, our work contributes to the security of our Nation.

We began as a premier implementer of PeopleSoft solutions almost 20 years ago. We now specialize in a wide variety of COTS enterprise applications and analytics tools, and provide a full suite of engineering and software development services, as well as strategic planning and enterprise support services. Whether the mission involves streamlining HR operations, managing content and records, Big Data analytics or business process improvements, Quadrint is the trusted provider that will deliver results. We are “experience powering intelligence.”


Patrick Acheson, PMP
Founder / Managing Principal
Patrick co-founded Quadrint in 2000, in order to provide advanced technology solutions to the intelligence community and private sector clients. Prior to founding Quadrint, Patrick was Director of ERP Solutions at Maverick Technologies and a Consultant with Accenture, formerly Andersen Consulting.

Patrick has extensive experience as a systems architect and technical project manager. He has managed a significant number of systems integration projects, including Commercial Off the Shelf (COTS) software implementations, application migrations into and out of data centers, and application migrations to the Cloud. He has managed teams operating multiple applications across a wide variety of software platforms. In addition, Patrick also has managed multiple Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) implementations and upgrades for a variety of commercial and federal clients.

Prior to beginning his Information Technology career, Patrick also worked for the Department of Justice. Patrick is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP). He holds a Master’s degree in Public Administration from New York University’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service and a Bachelor of Arts from Fordham University. Patrick sits on Quadrint’s Board of Directors.

Glenn Merberg, PhD
Founder / Managing Principal
Glenn co-founded Quadrint in 2000 to provide highly motivated, senior level technology consultancy to federal and private sector clients, primarily within the Intelligence Community. Prior to founding Quadrint, Glenn served as a program manager at Northrop Grumman IT, formerly Litton/PRC, and founded Integration Services Group, a consultancy focused on ERP solutions and custom database applications.

For over 20 years, Glenn has provided thought leadership and led the adoption of innovative information technology solutions to solve complex business problems. Prior to that, he was granted 3 US Patents for his inventions in the field of biomedical engineering. He holds a PhD in Engineering from Rutgers University, an MBA in Finance and Accounting from the University of Maryland, and a BS in Engineering, also from Rutgers. Glenn sits on Quadrint’s Board of Directors.

Margie Davis
SVP, Operations
Margie joined Quadrint in 2016 as the Director of Operations, where she oversees the day-to-day internal operations of the company and develops and implements solutions for managing the company’s fast growth. Margie has over 22 years of experience in the DoD IT consulting industry.

Prior to joining Quadrint, Margie was a senior principal at SRA International and held the positions of Operations Director, Pricing Manager, and Economic Analyst. In her most recent position at SRA, Margie managed operations for the $150M+, 400+ employee Security and Systems Engineering Solutions strategic business unit, providing senior leadership and focused vision in financial and human resources management.

She also served as Vice President of Operations for Isoquest, Inc., a subsidiary of SRA that developed and marketed commercial software. Margie holds a Master’s degree in Statistics from the University of California, Berkeley, and a Bachelor’s degree in Statistics from the University of Rochester.

Michael Economou
SVP, Service Delivery
Michael joined Quadrint in 2016 in support of its programs at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), an agency where Michael has provided consulting and software development for almost a decade. Prior to joining Quadrint, Michael worked as an independent technology consultant to defense and law enforcement agencies, a manager at Accenture, a consultant at CSC, and a Google technician.

Michael has led multiple enterprise-wide software development initiatives and the formation and daily operations of agile development programs. Michael provides expertise in the end-to-end delivery cycle, including contract initiation, staffing and team organization, agile software development and delivery, business process reengineering, and Dev/Ops support of production systems.

Michael graduated from the University of Virginia with a master’s in Management of IT (MSMIT) and a bachelor’s in mathematics. Michael maintains certifications as a Project Management Professional (PMP), Scaled Agilist (SA), and Certified DataVault 2.0 Practitioner (CDVP2).

Mike Lee
SVP, Growth
Brigadier General Michael G. Lee, U.S. Air Force (Ret.) is a Senior Vice President at Quadrint, where he leads Growth and Business Development. Prior to joining Quadrint, he served as the Division Vice President of Aerospace and Technology at Jacobs, and previously led the National Security Solutions Business Unit at Blue Canopy, where he was responsible for the growth and performance of the National Intelligence business.

Prior to joining Blue Canopy, General Lee worked at General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT) as the Vice President and General Manager for the Military Service Sector, where he was responsible for the growth and performance of the Defense Intelligence business unit. General Lee served a distinguished 31-year career in the U.S. Air Force.

During the last 3 years of his military career, he was assigned as the Military Executive at the National Imagery and Mapping Agency (now the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency–NGA). While at NGA, he was deployed for 22 months to Afghanistan and Iraq as U.S. CENTCOM’s National ISR and C2 coordinator during Operations Enduring and Iraqi Freedom. General Lee’s ability to bring “intelligence to the war fighter” revolutionized NGA’s wartime capabilities.

The Director for Central Intelligence (DCI) awarded him the National Intelligence Medal of Achievement for revolutionizing intelligence support to active duty troops. He has also received the Defense Superior Service Medal, the Legion of Merit, and the Bronze Star. General Lee sits on the Board of Directors for the U.S. Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) and is a Founding Member of the Washington Cyber Roundtable. He is a Federal Computer Week “Fed 100” award winner in recognition of his leadership in the Federal IT marketplace.

He frequently speaks on the integration of GEOINT and Full Motion Video and the Integration of Intelligence Systems. General Lee has a Bachelor of Arts from Clemson University as well as a Master of Arts from Troy State University. He has attended the National Security Management Program at Syracuse University and the Royal College of Defence Studies in London, England.

Todd Fredericks
Todd joined Quadrint in 2019 as the Chief Technology Officer where he is responsible for leading and expanding Quadrint’s portfolio of technology partners while securing and estimating future bids. Prior to joining Quadrint, Todd was a Director at Accenture Federal Services (AFS). He led multiple recent programs including Client Data Protection for AFS’ entire business portfolio, Security Acquisition Integration, and Operations for $100M Infrastructure Service Provider in the Intelligence Community.

During his tenure at AFS, he led the IT service management design, implementation and deployment as well as the thought leadership for technology refreshes and upgrades. He has grown multiple vendor partnerships with Oracle, VMware, Netapp, and others. Todd has a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Engineering (BSE) from the University of Cincinnati with a minor in Mathematics. He has held multiple certifications including Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Program Management Professional (PMP), and ITIL Service Strategy, Service Operations.


Eula Maposa
Human Resources

Niti Chopra

Julie Lorfano

Marie Gupta

Dave Conetsco
Strategic Capture

Tim Rounsley
Enterprise Applications

Stephen Shekas
Cloud Solutions

Orlando Jaime
Analytics Solutions

Robert Laws
Information Technology

Michael Sexton
Cloud Solutions

Lou Von Kahle
Solutions Architect

Joan Dempsey
Joan Dempsey spent 25 years in the US Government as an active duty US Navy cryptologist, a USNR intelligence officer, a civilian employee of the Office of Naval Intelligence, the Defense Intelligence Agency, the Office of the Secretary of Defense and the Central Intelligence Agency. In 1998, she was appointed by the President of the United States and confirmed by the US Senate for the first of two political appointments as Deputy Director of Central Intelligence for Community Management and, subsequently, at the White House as the Executive Director of the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board.

After retiring from the federal government in 2005, Dempsey went to Booz Allen Hamilton as a partner with P&L responsibility in the firm’s homeland security business. In the decade that followed, she grew businesses throughout Booz Allen’s defense and intelligence sectors and advanced to the rank of senior partner and executive Vice President. Since 2017, Dempsey has focused on helping small companies achieve quality growth in the federal and commercial markets, particularly, in the technology sector. She serves on three corporate boards, two proxy boards, and two commercial advisory boards. She also serves on two government senior advisory boards.

Tish Long
Letitia A. Long currently sits on the boards of Raytheon Company, Noblis, Inc, Sonatype, Inc, and HyperSat. She is also on the Board of Visitors of Virginia Tech (Vice Rector), is the Chairman of the Board of the Intelligence and National Security Alliance and is on the board of the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation. Ms. Long sits on numerous advisory boards to include the Virginia Tech Ted and Karyn Hume Center for National Security and Technology and HawkEye 360.

Ms. Long served as the fifth Director of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), and was the first woman to lead a major US intelligence agency. This culminated a career that spanned all aspects of organizational leadership, business functions, and global operations. Ms. Long started her career in Naval Intelligence and went on to serve as the Deputy Director of Naval Intelligence, the first Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence (Policy, Requirements and Resources), the first Chief Information Officer and later the Deputy Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency.

Gary Nelson
Dr. Nelson is Chairman of Sigma Federal, LLC. Formerly the Vice Chairman of SRA International, he has over 30 years of experience in the federal services business as a line manager, senior executive, and industry consultant. As a principal of the company and head of marketing and sales, he led SRA from a position as a policy analysis boutique to a major player in the IT and professional services market segment, growing from $2 million to over $300 million in revenues during his tenure.

Prior to SRA, Dr. Nelson served in government as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, as Associate Director of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, and as Principal Analyst at the Congressional Budget Office in its first two years of operation. For the past four years, Dr. Nelson has been a strategic advisor to more than a dozen companies on federal market strategies involving growth, management, and mergers and acquisitions. He has served as member of the Board of Directors of SRA (Vice Chairman), SRA Europe, Plexus Scientific Corporation, and the Information Technology Association of America. He also served as a member of the Army Science Board.

Lloyd Rowland
Mr. Rowland retired from Federal Service as the Deputy Director of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), concluding 40 years of service to the United States. While serving as Deputy Director, he formulated policy, managed agency resources, provided acquisition oversight, and led operational activities to accomplish the mission of this worldwide defense agency.

Mr. Rowland held other key leadership roles at NGA as Chief Operating Officer, Deputy Business Executive, Director of Global Operations, Associate Deputy Director of Operations, Director of Geospatial Information, and Deputy Director of the Central Imagery Tasking Office. Before beginning Federal Service, Mr. Rowland served 24 years in the U.S. Air Force.

John Sutton
John is currently advising technology firms on operations, technology, strategy, growth, and M&A. John recently co-founded Flagship Partners and is teaching business at George Mason University. Previously John joined KeyW (NASD: KEYW) in May 2017 as Chief Operating Officer. John led the delivery, performance, and customer satisfaction of KeyW’s product and solution business. He built the team and system to deliver revenue and profit commitments resulting in seven quarters of meeting or beating analyst expectations leading to KeyW’s sale to Jacobs (NYSE: J) in June 2019 for a record 22.5x LTM multiple.

John has built high-performing teams delivering systems, software, telecommunications, and cyber security to federal and commercial clients resulting in delivery and growth of contracts totaling several billions in profitable revenue. John has served nearly every federal agency delivering ships, space systems, EW and cryptography, sub-sea telecommunications, unmanned & force protection systems, ISR systems, weapons systems, cyber solutions and products, agile development, and cloud deployments.

Prior to KeyW, John led business development for QinetiQ NA’s $1.2 billion products and solutions and also as General Manager of the Defense, Intelligence and Commercial Cyber business. QinetiQ was a Proxy agreement under FOCI mitigation with DoD. Thereafter, John served as a principal in the sale and integration of QinetiQ NA to Veritas Capital and he helped form Vencore as General Manager of the Defense, NSA, and DHS Group.