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  • Andrew Davis Promoted to Vice President

    HUNTSVILLE, AL (January 16, 2018) 

    DSI is pleased to announce the promotion of Andrew Davis to Vice President. 

    “We are excited to have Andrew as our DSI Vice President,” Dr. Jim Davis, President stated, “Andrew has been instrumental in DSI’s sustained success over these last 5 years. As Vice President, his contribution to the company will continue to expand into areas of additional strategic importance. We look forward to his continued leadership in DSI’s growth.”

    Andrew joined DSI in 2012 and has been serving as DSI’s Director of Operations. Prior to DSI, Andrew was an Air Force Commander and Air Force Acquisition/Contracting Officer with 10 years active duty in CONUS and OCONUS assignments/deployment. Andrew is currently a Lt. Col. in the USAF Reserve.  

    Andrew’s new responsibilities include all facets of DSI operations: program management of DSI’s contract portfolio, customer interaction, employee supervision, recruiting efforts, business development and teaming.

  • DSI Hires New Florida Operations Director

    Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc., hires new Director of Florida Operations. 

    CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida (January 10, 2011) – James (Jimmy) Rudolph is now the Director of Florida Operations for Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc. (DSI). DSI is an engineering firm located in Huntsville, Alabama, with an excellent performance history in Aerospace, Defense, and Homeland Security in Alabama and the Washington, DC area. DSI was founded in 2006 to provide the highest quality research, analysis, solutions, and education to enhance America’s Space and National Security programs.

  • DSI and CRA Enter Mentor-Protégé Agreement

    Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc., and CRA, Inc., announce a DHS approved Mentor-Protégé Agreement

    GRANT, Alabama (January 29, 2010) – Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc. (DSI), and CRA, Inc., are proud to announce they are beginning a three year formal Mentor-Protégé Agreement. This Mentor-Protégé Agreement was reviewed and accepted by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Office of Small and Disadvantage Business Utilization.