Greg Davis is a Health IT Advisor to the CDCN and serves as Director of Business Development for Medical Science and Computing LLC (MSC), one of the fastest growing companies in the Federal Health IT, Science and Research space. Since its founding in 2010, MSC has grown to over 500 personnel on contracts across the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Prior to joining MSC, Mr. Davis was a small business ‘intrapreneur’ having worked at a string of small businesses, helping them grow and develop. Most recently, Mr. Davis was Director of Business Development at National Capitol Contracting (NCC). Prior to that, he led the BD organization at Computer Integration & Programming Solutions Corp (CIPS), where he oversaw marketing, strategy and business development. CIPS grew by 75% in two years. His first job out of college was a dual role as an Associate Management Consultant and a Business Development Associate with the International management consulting firm, Gap International, Inc.
He graduated from Georgetown University with a BA in Government and a minor in Theology. Greg is currently pursuing a MBA at Johns Hopkins Carey School of Business. He lives in the DC metro area with his wife Meaghan, his English bulldog named George (short for Georgetown), and two children.