Bob Nunnally

Director, Corporate Growth & Development
Oasys International Corporation

Bob is a well-known figure in Federal and Commercial Information Technology (IT) circles in the NCR. He currently serves as the Director of Corporate Growth and Development for the Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) Oasys. Bob is responsible for critical marketing, strategy and business development initiatives, all while helping customers meet the complexities of today’s evolving challenges

Prior to joining Oasys, Bob served as President and COO of the Ambit Group where he oversaw all company operations and contract delivery. Under his leadership, Ambit expanded its service offerings and improved company performance. In 2016, Bob received the SmartCEO Magazine Executive Management Award.

Bob completed a 23-year military career in the U.S. Air Force where he served as a fighter pilot and commander of various combat organizations, a cockpit and classroom instructor, and on the Hill in Legislative Affairs. Following his military career, Bob served as a Senior Subject Matter Expert with Toffler Associates supporting the National Security Agency, FBI, DoD and other federal agencies helping develop policy and deliver process improvement. Following his time at Toffler, Bob led a tech startup in the Social Media market. As CEO of the investment-backed company Balaya, Bob helped create and market an award-winning app that merged email, RSS and instant messaging into a multi-media corporate communication tool.

Bob is active in several professional and charity organizations, contributes to national and regional media, and is a noted keynote speaker. He is a member of the AFCEA Homeland Security Committee and is on the board of two non-profits. His publications include Learning Through History, GovernmentCIO Magazine, Washington Technology, Chicken Soup for the Soul, and Georgia Magazine. He is a graduate of the University of Georgia, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, and the Air War College. He resides in the District of Columbia.