Clarence Carter,

President & Chief Executive Officer

Strategic Integrity

Mr. Carter’s professional career spans over 33 years of Department of Defense (DoD) experience in operational, engineering, and management capacities. Twenty-eight (28) years of this experience has been specific to DoD professional services contracting in roles ranging from Associate Engineer to Chief Executive Officer.


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Mr. Carter founded Integrits Corporation in January 2000. His business acumen has resulted in the corporation achieving healthy, diversified growth through an uncompromised commitment to customer satisfaction and the development of strong and effective working / teaming relationships with numerous Government activities and other DoD contractors.  As the President & CEO of Integrits Corporation, Mr. Carter has effectively implemented policies, processes and procedures within the organization consistent with industry best practices – enabling Integrits Corporation to “provide the most comprehensive solutions to its clients with superior customer service, cost-effective approaches, and consistent quality results”.

 

Mr. Carter also currently serves as the Chairman & Managing Director of the Quality Systems Engineering Consortium, LLC (QSEC), a Joint Venture (JV) of Integrits Corporation and Jacobs Technology, Inc..  The QSEC JV brings together the vast resources and performance capabilities of Jacobs Technology, Inc., and the innovative engineering methodology of IntegrITS into a cohesive and synergistic high technology services organization providing engineering and operation & maintenance (O&M) support at state-of-the-art military training ranges.

 

Prior to founding Integrits Corporation, Mr. Carter served 14 years with Litton/PRC Inc. (now Northrop Grumman) in capacities ranging from Associate Engineer to Executive Manager.  As Executive Manager, Mr. Carter was responsible for the West Coast Fleet Systems Department, where he provided leadership and management oversight of numerous efforts entailing a broad range of DoD customers, contract types, and technical disciplines.  The Fleet Systems Organization core business was in the engineering, research, development, test and evaluation (RDT&E), integration, training, and in-service support of complex Navy / Joint Warfare Systems.  

 

During his time at Litton/PRC, Mr. Carter also served on the Board of Directors and functioned as a Program Manager for the Integrated Test & Evaluation Cooperative (ITEC), a JV established between Litton/PRC and DRS Technical Services, Inc. Mr. Carter also had organizational responsibility for Litton/PRC’s involvement in the Battle Force Engineering Associates (BFEA) enterprise, a JV of Litton/PRC and Vitro Corporation (now BAE Systems).


​Mr. Carter serves as a deacon and teacher in his Church, and supports a number of worldwide ministries. He enjoys the arts, and recently renewed his personal interests in writing and playing music in his spare time.

 

Mr. Carter has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music from Ottawa University and has completed a number of Executive Business Programs at the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia, and the Sloan School of Business at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).   Mr. Carter has an unwavering commitment to quality, customer satisfaction and industry best practices which is reflected in his personal achievement of the Six Sigma Black Belt Certification.