Arthur “Charlie” Doutt
Charlie draws from his extensive expertise in information technology, business planning and project management, fusing his leadership skills and more than 15 years of experience advancing Department of Defense (DoD) initiatives. As managing director, Charlie oversees the day-to-day operations, contractual performance, career development and fulfillment of tiag directors and employees.
Charlie’s practice is to listen intently, identify top-notch talent for customer programs, and integrate successful strategies with best practices and technologies. Cognizant that employee capability and job satisfaction are crucial to program success, Charlie focuses on professional development and internal promotion practices that foster individual career goals while encouraging employee loyalty.
“I become entrenched with our customers to complete the mission. Directing our tiag teams, I work with our experts in ways that show we value them as individuals and empower them to do their jobs — ensuring each has the tools and training they need to be successful.”~ Charlie Doutt
Previously, Charlie specialized in project and program management, leading multi-disciplinary teams of technical and business professionals. Supporting multiple federal customers, Charlie delivered outstanding results for organizations including Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Policy, U.S. Army Office of the Surgeon General, and Army Medical Research and Materiel Command, among others.
Delivering successful program support for multimillion-dollar initiatives, Charlie developed and executed the overall Joint Task Force data-migration plan for the Congressional Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) within the national capital region, accomplishing the project under budget in half the allotted time. He also authored and executed Walter Reed Army Medical Center’s voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) initiative, bringing a cohesive, unified communications environment to the Army’s largest healthcare facility. Charlie’s work resulted in substantial cost savings and ongoing return on investment for the government, and paved the way for DoD VoIP implementation to reduce cost and meet customer demand. Implementing the Sphericall VoIP Solution, Charlie helped meet strict standards set by Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC) to earn JITC Level 1 and PBX1 certifications.
As an officer in the U.S. Army Medical Service Corps, Charlie polished his leadership style while serving in numerous command positions, including company commander of Walter Reed Army Institute of Research.
- Bachelor of Science, Psychology — University of Tampa, Florida