Our Team

Our Team

Gary Sofo

Senior Vice President, DoD/Health IT

Gary Sofo, Senior Vice President DoD/HIT, is a recognized leader that blends extensive public sector and private sector expertise. Gary’s primary focus at Qbase is the development and delivery of Health IT Solutions to Federal Health customers to include Defense Health Agency (DHA/MHS), Veterans Affairs (VA), and Health and Human Services (HHS). Prior to joining Qbase, Gary was VP and Operations Manager of SAIC’s Health Solutions Business Unit (HSBU) Civilian Health and Life Sciences (CH&LS) Operation growing and managing a portfolio of over $600Mil in revenue. Before joining SAIC, Gary was Apptis President of Professional Services where he developed and executed a growth strategy that grew Apptis services business revenues from $10 million to over $300 million in a five-year period. Earlier he co-founded and was COO of Apptus, an Applications Infrastructure Service provider. Gary also had a distinguished public career in government, with the last eight years as Deputy CIO of the United States Senate Computing Center.

Louis Grever

Senior Vice President, National Security Sector

Louis Grever, Senior Vice President for the National Security Sector, retired in 2012 as an Executive Assistant Director over the Science & Technology Branch for the Federal Bureau of Investigation. His career in the FBI focused almost entirely on mission enabling technology and his contributions to our country earned him both a Presidential Executive Rank award and the DNI’s Distinguished Service Medal. At Qbase, he has built a business unit from inception that has since secured more than $150M in contracts across the U.S. National Security and Intelligence Communities. Mr. Grever currently serves as a strategic technology advisor to the Defense Science Board (DSB) and the U.S. Departments of Justice and Homeland Security. A long-time, active member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), he serves on their Police Investigative Operations Committee. Mr. Grever also acts as the Executive Director for the non-profit Association of State Criminal Investigative Agencies (ASCIA).

Steve Conway

Vice President, DoD Programs

Steve Conway, Vice President for DoD Programs, is responsible for Qbase’s DoD growth initiatives and account management to include building and maintaining long-term relationships with Qbase’s DoD clients as well as business development and strategic ventures. He has over 30 years of experience in the Federal IT marketplace focusing on growth into new markets and diversification of core businesses. Prior to joining Qbase, Steve was Vice President of Business Development responsible for the DISA account at Apptis (purchased by URS / AECOM). Steve led the growth of the Department of Defense Sector that grew from $24M to $230M in seven years. While at Apptis, Steve also served as Program Manager on a number of critical DISA GIG-BE efforts that contributed to the successful delivery of the ACAT 1 program. Prior to Apptis, Steve held leadership positions at numerous technical firms supporting federal and commercial customers. Steve also served as a Naval Officer on both active duty and in the reserves retiring as a Captain (O-6).

Jared Kim

Vice President, National Security Sector

Jared Kim, Vice President in the Qbase National Security Sector, benefits from more than 22 years of Engineering and Information Technology experience in both the Commercial and Federal markets. Prior to joining Qbase, he served as the Justice and Law Enforcement Account Executive at CSRA where he led strategic initiatives and growth for a $100M+ account with more than 600 employees. Benefiting from his diverse operational and strategic background, including delivering innovative solutions and serving in senior leadership positions for large accounts, Mr. Kim has consistently translated his deep understanding of the customer mission into strong partnerships at agencies that are part of the U.S. Intelligence and National Security communities. Mr. Kim holds a master’s degree in Computer Science from Johns Hopkins University and a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Virginia Tech.