DUSTOFF (Dedicated Unhesitating Service to our Fighting Forces) refers to an elite community of aircrew members who risk their own lives to save the lives of others. Dating back to the Vietnam War, unarmed DUSTOFF helicopters have deliberately flown into harm's way to transport critically injured patients from the point of injury to definitive care.
As a former DUSTOFF pilot, our Founder and CEO Colonel Dave Parramore (US Army, Retired) learned the value of a system that thrives on checklist protocol and a foundation of safety and standardization. He put those same disciplines into practice as the CTO for the Army Surgeon General.
Like aviation, we understand the value of standardized processes through efficient and cost effective delivery of value of our insight driven solutions.
Colonel (Ret.) Dave Parramore
Founder and CEO
Colonel David J. Parramore (US Army, Ret.) served in the US Army for 26 years before founding Dustoff Technologies in 2016. Dave began his career as an aeromedical evacuation aviator, or "DUSTOFF" pilot, and transitioned into other key leadership roles throughout the US military health system. Dave led the information technology deployment team of the 44th Medical Command during Operation Iraqi Freedom to deliver the first electronic health record into combat, and led a multi-national committee that prepared a strategic framework for deployment of medical information systems throughout NATO. In order to teach tomorrow's leaders, Dave serves as an adjunct professor of Healthcare Business and Medical Informatics at the George Washington University.
Matthew Corkery has a proven executive management track record and over fifteen years of experience driving sales growth and market capture. Prior to joining Dustoff, Matthew was the managing partner of a government contracts law firm, where he assisted government contractors in navigating complex state and federal regulations, with successful resolution of contract disputes, partnership formations, and corporate acquisitions. Matthew also had a distinguished career as a national recognized sales executive and team leader with a focus on turning under-performing businesses into centers of growth. Matthew holds a Juris Doctor from George Washington University and is a published author and contributor on topics involving modern adaptive procurement law and reform.
Major General (Ret.)
Advisory Board Member
Major General Elder Granger (US Army, Ret.) served as the Deputy Director and Program Executive Officer of the TRICARE Management Activity until his retirement in 2009. There, Major General Granger led a staff of 1,800 with a budget of $22.5 billion for the Defense Health Program and successfully brought high-quality healthcare to 9.2 million uniformed service members. Prior to joining TRICARE Management Activity, Major General Granger led the largest U.S. and multi-national battlefield health system in our recent history while serving as Commander, Task Force 44th Medical Command and Command Surgeon for the Multinational Corps Iraq.
The Honorable (Ret.)
Susan G. Braden
Advisory Board Member
The Honorable Susan G. Braden (Ret.) is widely regarded by industry as one of the foremost minds in the fields of Federal procurement and intellectual property law. During her time on the bench of the United States Court of Federal Claims, Chief Judge Braden presided over some of the most complex government contracts disputes in the history of modern Federal procurement. Prior to her appointment, Judge Braden spent her legal career litigating complex federal and administrative law cases in private practice, where she was honored by the Computer Law Association for winning multiple important decisions throughout her distinguished career. Judge Braden is an appointee to the USPTO PPAC and a Scholar-In-Residence at the Center for Intellectual Property Protection at George Mason Law School.
Advisory Board Member
David Drabkin’s thirty-six years in federal procurement has given him a unique perspective on how to address the challenges facing the Government’s ongoing procurement efforts. Dave has served as the Chairman of the Section 809 Panel where he led the charge to streamline and improve the defense acquisition system, and was also appointed by President Bush to serve as a member of the Section 1423 (SARA) Panel in 2007. Dave served as the Senior Procurement Executive and Deputy Chief Acquisition Officer of the US General Services Administration. Prior to GSA, Dave served as the Assistant Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition Reform and the Deputy PM of the Pentagon Renovation project, as well as numerous other positions with the Defense Logistics Agency, the Defense Contract Management Agency, and the US Army throughout the US and Europe.
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