Harry (Pete) M. Howton; Joseph G. Swick; Roy L. Reed, Jr.; and David Crawford founded Kingfisher Systems, Inc. as a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) in 2005. Prior to the creation of Kingfisher, Howton and Swick were the CEO and President of Grayhawk Systems, Inc., respectively, which was subsequently sold to ManTech International Corporation.
In 2005, Kingfisher acquired WJB Associates, a small business operating in the Intelligence Community. This acquisition became the basis upon which we built and expanded our business. At the same time, Kingfisher won our first significant contract as one of among 40 companies who were awardees on the General Services Administration (GSA) Government Wide Acquisition Contract for Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses (VETS GWAC) vehicle to provide Information Technology services to the U.S. Government. In 2017, Kingfisher transitioned from an SDVOSB to a Small Business.
Today, Kingfisher employs a team of over 150 Employees supporting the Department of Defense, the Intelligence Community, and multiple Civilian Agencies.