Eric Adolphe – Sr Vice President & General Manager
Mr. Adolphe is Senior Vice President and General Manager of Infolob’s Public Sector Business Unit where he is responsible for providing professional services that empower federal and state and local clients to address tomorrow’s challenges through better alignment of technology with their mission and business objectives. Previously, Mr. Adolphe was founder and CEO of OPTIMUS Corporation, a middle market government contracting company specializing in national defense and homeland security technology. Under Mr. Adolphe’s leadership, OPTIMUS grew from a one-man consultancy into a premier federal systems integrator with over 400 employees and approximately $80 million in annual revenue.
Mr. Adolphe also was responsible for developing OPTIMUS’ code of ethics and an environment of ethical business transactions, which directly resulted in OPTIMUS winning the 2003 National Capital Business Ethics award.
Mr. Adolphe is the visionary behind GovProp.com the world's first Gig Economy company designed for government contractors. Mr. Adolphe has served as President of CSTI; and also Managing Director of The Adolphe Group, LLC where he supported the acquisition of several Government contracting firms; and assisted many clients in building best in class bid and proposal and sales organizations which directly lead to accelerated growth.
Mr. Adolphe is a Cum Laude Graduate of the Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law where he received his J.D. degree. Mr. Adolphe also received a Bachelor of Engineering Degree in Electrical Engineering from the City College of New York.
Additional Selected Awards and Recognitions:
- National Inventor’s Hall of Fame Honoree,
- Maryland High Tech Entrepreneur of the Year,
- National Society of Black Engineers, Innovators and Humanitarian Award,
- NASA’s Most Innovative Software Product of the Year Award Winner,
- SBIR Tibbet's Award Winner,
- Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year, and
- NASA's Recognition for a Scientific Contribution that Advanced Aerospace Technology