Former DIA CIO Joins MetroStar as Vice President of Customer Solutions


Former DIA CIO Joins MetroStar as Vice President of Customer Solutions

Written By: Rachel Teter

Reston, VA—On Sept. 7, the former Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Chief Information Officer (CIO), Jack Gumtow, joined MetroStar as the Vice President of Customer Solutions.

MetroStar is pleased to have Mr. Gumtow join the organization, as his 34-years of federal experience and military service align with our ongoing investments and recent wins in support of the Intelligence Community (IC) and their unique needs.

“I am looking forward to applying my knowledge of the IC and Department of Defense (DoD) to MetroStar's portfolio of capabilities and teams to ensure our federal customers meet their mission demands,” Gumtow said.

MetroStar's cross-functional teams emphasize the importance of customer-centric and secure solutions to protect and advance the mission demands of the highest levels of government. Our capabilities not only enforce the day-to-day information technology (IT) functions of digital security, data management, and communication but also simultaneously modernize data analysis for better decision-making in the future. 

“We are excited for Jack to join MetroStar’s leadership team during a time of immense growth,” said Vy Truong, Chief Innovation Officer at MetroStar. “His years of leadership and experience within the IC will bridge our technical capabilities with the mission requirements of our warfighters.”

Mr. Gumtow joined MetroStar following a successful career solving complex technical, cultural, risk, and policy issues for the DoD and IC. His career spanned technical leadership roles with DIA, Naval Intelligence, and the Office of Naval Intelligence.

About MetroStar

MetroStar, located in Northern Virginia, is a leading IT and digital services provider for the public sector. For over two decades, our people have powered innovation by maintaining an unwavering commitment to putting people at the center of every solution. Our focus on people and technology supports federal missions like protecting our nation's classified and open-source information to alleviate the burden of new and ever-changing cybersecurity threats.

Visit our website to learn how our technology solutions dramatically transform the way our government serves warfighters in the digital age.

Read Jack's full People of the Move feature on the Washington Business Journal.