James T. George founded Management Support Technology, Inc., (MSTI) in 1990 after serving for 27 years as an active duty Army officer. Retiring as a Colonel, he served in a variety of infantry and comptroller positions both overseas and in the United States, including two tours in Vietnam and tours in Korea and Europe. As Assistant Comptroller of the Army for Financial Planning at the Pentagon, he led the development of the initial concept for an information system to integrate the Army’s programming and budgeting process. Previously, he was a distinguished graduate of the DOD’s Professional Military Comptroller Course at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama.
Mr. George established MSTI as a government and commercial support services company. Its’ focus is Information Technology Solutions and Management Solutions. The company has grown from one person in Mr. George’s home to its present strength of approximately 120 employees.
Mr. George is the past president of the Retired Military Officer’s Association (RMOA), an association of former military personnel who have created businesses, or are top decision-makers in their companies. Mr. George earned a BS Degree in Biology from Hampton University, MBA from the University of Arizona, and an Advanced Management Certificate from Pennsylvania State University. He is also a graduate of the Army War College at Carlisle, PA.
Mr. George and his wife, Juliette, a retired Fairfax County school teacher, have been married for over 40 years and have two children. Their son, Tom George, worked in the company for the first five years of his career, and their daughter, Tracey Lynn George, heads her own Public Relations business.