Indev was founded and is managed by partners who share a common philosophy: take care of your clients, take care of your people, and together we serve those who rely on us. This simple philosophy guides every management decision, every initiative, and everything we do. While it sounds simple, many consulting firms lose sight of it. Our purpose in creating Indev was to get back to this core philosophy of our nation's well-being.
While the partners have extensive experience building and managing consulting organizations, each is a consultant first, focusing on client service above all else. Each partner has client-focused roles in addition to corporate responsibilities. This focus ensures that the leadership of the firm engages day-to-day with our two most important stakeholders: clients and employees.
CO-FOUNDER & PARTNER
With a focus on providing technology and management consulting services, Mr. Albro is a recognized leader in the transportation and homeland security sectors. The majority of his career has focused on repositioning and increasing the value of CIO offices, with particular attention to shared service approaches to IT and data management, strategy and transformation planning, and most recently, implementation of the Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA) and Modernizing Government Technology (MGT) Act . For the last several years Mr. Albro has focused much of his efforts on the transportation and homeland security industries, primarily in the areas of information technology, systems engineering, and air traffic management services. Within Indev, he is responsible for client delivery, business development, service offering development, and formulation of the company’s strategic direction.
Prior to co-founding Indev, Mr. Albro was a Partner at Phase One Consulting Group, an enterprise architecture and strategy consulting firm, where he managed the National Infrastructure and Financial Services Business Unit which included clients such as the Department of Transportation, Department of Homeland Security, General Services Administration, and Department of Education. Mr. Albro began his career as a mechanical engineer at the Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) in Newport, RI where he supported the development of signal analysis systems for use on U.S. Navy submarines. Following NUWC, he spent over two years at Booz Allen Hamilton where he worked with clients such as the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the U.S. Coast Guard.
Mr. Albro graduated cum laude from the University of Rhode Island in Kingston, RI with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. He also holds a Master of Business Administration from Bryant University in Smithfield, RI. Brett currently lives with his wife and two children in Arlington, Virginia. In his spare time he is an avid soccer player, runner, and outdoor enthusiast. Born and raised in Syracuse, NY he bleeds Orange.
CO-Founder & partner
Mr. Pittenger brings a 15-year career in successful startup management, operations and growth in Federal technology, healthcare, and contract services. His track record in company and program management, contract administration, customer relations, strategic planning, and building companies that outperform their competitors provides a strong foundation for stable company operations and expansion.
Prior to co-founding Indev, Mr. Pittenger served as a Senior Executive in the Healthcare Division of Harris Corporation (HRS) after the sale of Patriot Technologies. He provided strategic planning, program consulting, profit and loss analysis, business development and functioned as a liaison between the potential customer/requirements and Harris within the Federal healthcare IT integration and interoperability marketplace. He held a senior leadership position as 1 of 16 Senior Executives within a Fortune 500 Company with over 17,000 employees. During his time the Federal Healthcare Division revenues grew from $130M to $220M.
Prior to Harris, Mr. Pittenger co-founded Patriot Technologies where he provided program management, strategic marketing and business development on large, complex efforts. He and his team grew revenues to $50M+ in the healthcare technology and integration market serving the Department of Veterans Affairs and Department of Defense. In the fall of 2009 Harris Corporation (HRS) acquired Patriot Technologies. During his time at Patriot he helped facilitate and manage the company’s CMMI Level 2 certification. He also served as the government’s point of contact for administration of its GSA IT 70 and MOBIS contracts and was the company’s Facility Security Officer for its DoD facility clearance.
partner, vice president of aviation programs
Mr. Whittaker has over 35 years of experience in the field of Air Traffic Control, working closely with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the aviation industry. In his role as Partner, Vice President of Aviation Programs, Mr. Whittaker is responsible for developing strategic partnerships with the aviation industry and government clients to generate and manage new business within the FAA. He is also responsible for managingthe Air Traffic Controller Training Contract (CTC), overseeing 100+ Indev staff in the Air Traffic Organization’s (ATO) Western Service Area Terminal and En route Air Traffic Control facilities.
He began his career in 1975 with the United States Navy (USN) as an Air Traffic Controller and has since served in various leadership roles where he lead teams of aviation professionals and systems engineering teams to develop and implement solutions in support of the Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen). He served as an FAA employee for 25 years working as an Air Traffic Controller in Terminal and En route operations, supporting some of the busiest facilities in the nation. During his FAA career, he also served as a labor representative of the National Air Traffic Controllers (NATCA) at the local, regional and national level. As the NATCA National Free Flight Program Liaison, he collaborated with the FAA on deploying new technologies in FAA’s Towers/TRACONS, 21 ARTCC’s, and the ATCSCC. He also served on the RTCA Free Flight select committee for 3 years with other industry leaders working on National Airspace System (NAS) capacity enhancements.
Jerry is an accomplished leader with FAA proven systems engineering experience in future concepts and designs for Air Traffic Management (ATM) and oversight of Air Traffic Control (ATC) projects in support of FAA, NASA and industry clients. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Labor Studies from the National Labor College, and is the second of three generations of FAA Air Traffic Controllers in his family.
VICE PRESIDENT OF transportation PROGRAMS
Mr. Creaghan serves as Vice President of Transportation Programs for Indev, focusing efforts on company growth and client delivery within the transportation sector, with a focus on the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and NASA markets.
Prior to joining the Indev family Mr. Creaghan spent the past 21 years with DOT’s Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, serving as a Division Chief of Aviation Systems Engineering where he led a team of engineers and analysts to execute air traffic safety, airport surface traffic management, and systems engineering projects. His efforts were dedicated to developing new lines of business in systems engineering, aviation safety, and modeling & simulation, as well as managing a wide range of R&D and systems engineering projects for the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) National Airspace System (NAS) modernization efforts.
Mr. Creaghan began his career with the United States Air Force where he served as an Astronautical Engineer, Civil/Environmental Engineer, and Geodetic Specialist. He holds a Masters in Astronautical and Structural Engineering from the Air Force Institute of Technology as well as Bachelors of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Florida. Mr. Creaghan is also a registered professional engineer in the state of Massachusetts.
VICE PRESIDENT OF service delivery
Mr. Inman serves as Vice President of Service Deliver for Indev, focusing on company growth and client delivery within the homeland security and transportation sectors, with a focus on the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) markets. Mr. Inman leads the full service delivery lifecycle across all DOT and DHS accounts in the Federal Sector, promoting continuous improvement of service quality and ensuring a high level of customer satisfaction. He is a driving force in new business lead generation and the transformation and maturation of Indev service offerings.
Prior to Indev Mr. Inman worked at Delloite Consulting's Federal Practice. He most recently served as a leader in Deloitte's technology portfolio of work at DHS Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and served as a Business Development Lead for Deloitte's Federal Cloud Market Offering. In addition to serving as a leader for Deloitte's technology work at the IRS for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) implementation, he also served in leadership roles across other accounts in Deloitte's Civilian and Defense and National Security sectors. Mr. Inman brings a diverse technology background that covers all phases of the SDLC, Strategy, Architecture, Engineering, Operations, Cloud, and Infrastructure.
Mr. Inman began his career with PwC Consulting where he served the U.S. Department of Education and the Department of Defense. He then worked at a small software consulting company that automated compliance with U.S. trade rules and regulations. Upon joining Deloitte's Federal practice, Mr. Inman led several custom and COTS implementations, served several C-suite clients as a trusted advisor, and created new organization that focused on DevOps, process improvement and organizational change. He holds a degree in Accounting Information Systems from James Madison University, where he continues to serve on the Executive Advisory Board for the CIS Department.