Mike McEwen, PMP, CSM

Director, Process Improvement

mmcewen@dynanetcorp.com

Mr. McEwen is the executive sponsor of corporate-wide quality initiatives and leads a process improvement task force enabling Dynanet to successfully pass multiple CMMI SCAMPI A appraisals and ISO 9001 audits since 2009. He currently oversees quality for a 50-person software development team that supports a prepayment validation and authorization processing system for Medicare Part A, Part B, and Durable Medical Equipment claims. He performs quality reviews and audits, facilitates process review meetings, and implements improvement suggestions.

Over the last 30 years, Mr. McEwen has led and contributed to teams delivering award-winning technical solutions to government, commercial, and non-profit organizations. He has led as many as 55 people with project revenue of $10 million per year. As Dynanet program director, he oversaw $40 million in FDA contracts for DevOps support of IT solutions based on Scrum, Kanban, J2E, Oracle, and open-source technologies where his teams implemented and maintained a browser-based case management system, a document center automation system, and an integrated business intelligence/data warehouse solution. Before Dynanet, Mr. McEwen supported the Office of the Secretary of Defense as a US Air Force officer and branch chief, developed a legacy system modernization plan for the Department of Health and Human Services at a federally-funded research and development center, and helped build n-tier web applications for commercial customers such as HP and Verizon. He received an Al Gore Silver Hammer and was nominated for the Harvard JFK School of Government’s “Innovations in American Government” Award for an e-commerce system at the National Marine Fisheries Service.

Mr. McEwen holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from Washington University in St. Louis, a Master of Science degree in Computer Systems from the Air Force Institute of Technology, and a Master of Business Administration in Marketing from Loyola University Maryland.

He is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Master (CSM). Mr. McEwen is active in the Project Management Institute’s agile, information systems, and consulting communities of practice. He is also a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society. He volunteers at a local non-profit community outreach center by tutoring adults in basic technology skills, advising the leadership team on IT issues, and providing technical support.