Meet the Team

Combined Military

Service

38 Years

Federal

Contracting
Experience

80+ Years

Cyber and IT

Experience

75Years

  • Colin Corlett

    CISSP

    President and CEO

    Colin Corlett

    CISSP

    President and CEO

    Colin has more than a decade of experience providing information technology, security, and cybersecurity management services to the United States government and commercial industry. His technical background allows him to bridge the gap often experienced between cybersecurity professionals, engineers, and the functional community. In 2006, Colin founded Excentium because he recognized that security and compliance need not be road blocks to innovation and business growth. He believes that when integrated into every facet of the systems development/project life cycle and an organization’s culture, security can become the foundation of an organization’s capacity to thrive. This guiding principle embodies the Excentium mission. Prior to launching Excentium, Colin managed Information Assurance (IA) and security for the Defense Health Agency (formerly TMA). Colin built and managed the Certification and Accreditation (C&A) team for the Joint Medical Information Systems (JMIS) office under the Defense Health Agency. He has directly supported the Designated Accrediting Authority (DAA) and provided Subject Matter Expertise (SME) in relation to cybersecurity to government leaders in the Air Force, Army, Navy, Defense Health Agency, and Health and Human Services (HHS).
  • Andy Kress

    CISSP, CEH, CNDA, CPT

    Chief Information and Technology Officer

    Andy Kress

    CISSP, CEH, CNDA, CPT

    Chief Information and Technology Officer

    As Chief Information and Technology Officer and head security engineer, Andy is responsible for the IT vision and strategy of the company. He directs the engineering practice that supports company enterprise goals. Andy has over 10 years of technical, security, and customer service experience in the government and commercial sectors, and uses his technical experience to develop, test, and engineer security solutions for many Excentium clients.
  • Nick Zito

    Chief of Staff

    Nick Zito

    Chief of Staff

    Nick is an accomplished Senior executive, Program manager and Project manager with a proven record of building, leading, and developing world-class teams in a wide range of dynamic, fast-paced, multi-pathed and high growth environments. Successful in identifying, improving, and streamlining complex work processes, Nick possesses creative expertise in corporate operations, healthcare management, organizational, business development and strategic planning. He has served as the Director for TMIP-J DT&E test lab, Sr. TMIP-J instructor and Functional SME to the PMO, and has over 25 years of experience in a wide range of DOD-DHA IM/IT programs including the Theater Medical Information Program-Joint suite of products that he helped deploy to U.S. Military units worldwide.  He also has over 22 years of experience with various CHCS modules (e.g., PAD, PAS, ADM, MCP, LAB, RAD, Pharmacy, etc.) and in CHCS file and table builds, and clinical workflow ( including  AHLTA and AHLTA-T). Additionally his experience includes working as the DHIMS, DHA and JOMIS liaison to the US Central Command Surgeon staff, where he was acting CIO for 12 months. He has worked with every COCOM to provide SME support to understand and employ JOMIS and DHA suites of products to the service components and deployed forces, and worked to have TMIP-J as an integral part of the COCOM’s Warfighting OP-Plans and pre-deployment critical reporting. Military Experience: US Navy - Retired after 30 years as a Navy Hospital Corpsman-Independent Duty medical clinician, as HMCM, E-9, SW/FMF/ NAC.  He served in various capacities during his career, including ships, shore stations and Fleet Marine. Prior to his retirement he was assigned to Commander in Chief, U.S. Atlantic Fleet, Office of the Fleet Surgeon, US Joint Forces Command Surgeon staff as Fleet Medical Master Chief. Publications: Casualty Care in "Over-the-Horizon" Amphibious Operations Requires Contingency Options. CAPT Arthur M. Smith, MC, USNR,HMCS (SW/FMF/NAC) Dominic P. Zito, USS Wasp (LHD-1) LT Daniel P. Shaw, USN, BMCS (SW) Paul S. Jandreau. USN NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 86, No. 1 January-February 1995, U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings -1995