Chief Corporate Improvement Officer
As Chief Corporate Improvement Officer, Clarence Cox is responsible for helping to design a winning strategy for PSI. This includes oversight and management of the company’s directors and project managers, as well as finding new areas of opportunity and growth for PSI in accordance with the overall corporate strategy. Mr. Cox provides an effective interface between the company's top executives and its project managers, ensuring that the broad strategic vision of the company is communicated and properly executed.
Since 2006, Mr. Cox has provided operational oversight for multiple PSI programs and projects across the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Department of Defense (DoD). With over 35 years of Program Management leadership experience, he has been instrumental in providing effective interface between technical and non-technical groups. Mr. Cox is a retired Air Force (AF) Lt Colonel and a disabled veteran who has served his country in a variety of operational, business, and acquisition positions within the DoD. His last 15 years in active duty were at the AF HQ’s level, where he worked as a Communication’s SQ Commander, a Command level CIO and a Division Chief. He was responsible for directing, guiding and managing resources of over $5 billion during his last 15 years of AF service.
A certified Project Management Professional (PMP), Mr. Cox holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Math from The Citadel and a Master’s degree in Information Systems Management from Florida Institute of Technology. He holds PKI Level 3 and 4 certificates and is highly proficient in quality assurance practices (CMMI, ITIL and ISO) that result in improved business processes and increased performance.