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Company Overview of Decision Sciences International Corporation
Decision Sciences International Corporation, a security and detection systems company, designs, develops, and integrates automated scanning systems capable of detecting unshielded, as well as heavily shielded nuclear and radiological threats. The company offers multi-mode passive detection system (MMPDS), an accurate and automated detection scanner for unshielded to heavily shielded nuclear, radiological, explosives, and other contraband threats. Its MMPDS have applications in critical infrastructure, ports, borders, and air and rail operations in the United States and internationally. Decision Sciences International Corporation was formerly known as Decision Sciences Corp and changed its na...
14900 Conference Center Drive
Chantilly, VA 20151
Founded in 2001
Key Executives for Decision Sciences International Corporation
Interim Chief Executive Officer and Director
Chief Financial Officer and Vice President
Interim Chief Operating Officer and Director
Chief Communications Officer and Vice President
Vice President of Business Development
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Decision Sciences International Corporation Key Developments
Decision Sciences International Corporation Announces Executive Changes
Dec 24 14
Decision Sciences International Corporation announced that it has appointed Dr. Gene W. Ray, former CEO of Titan Corporation, as interim Chief Executive Officer and Admiral Jay M. Cohen (USN, Ret), former Undersecretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), as interim Chief Operating Officer. Both appointments are effective in January 2015 when current DSIC President & CEO Dr. Stanton Sloane assumes a leadership position in the telecommunications equipment industry. Dr. Ray currently serves on the DSIC Board of Directors and is a very successful businessman and entrepreneur with extensive experience in technology, defense and government relations. He co-founded and led Titan Corporation, a foremost provider of comprehensive information and communication products, services and solutions for national security, as its Chairman, President and CEO for 24 years. Prior to that Dr. Ray served as Executive Vice President of Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) for 11 years. Admiral Cohen, also a member of the DSIC Board, is a principal of The Chertoff Group.
Toshiba Corporation Awards Contract to Decision Sciences International Corporation for Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Complex Project
Aug 8 14
Decision Sciences International Corporation (DSIC), announced that it has been awarded a contract by Toshiba Corporation (Toshiba) to support the reclamation of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear complex with the use of DSIC’s revolutionary muon tracking detectors. Under the initial contract, DSIC will design, manufacture and deliver a detector and tube arrays that fit into the power plant building. The detector will be part of Toshiba’s overall Fukushima Complex project to determine the location and condition of the nuclear fuel inside the plant. The information provided by the detectors will assist Toshiba in developing a safe and effective remediation plan. Muon imaging technology makes use of cosmic ray muons to determine material density and type of material scanned. Cosmic rays enter the earth’s upper atmosphere and create muons, high energy particles which naturally and harmlessly rain down on the earth’s surface. Muon tracking detectors detect and track muons as they pass through scanned objects.
Decision Sciences International Corporation Appoints Jayson P. Ahern to Advisory Board
Feb 18 14
Decision Sciences International Corporation announced that The Honorable Jayson P. Ahern, former Acting Commissioner of U.S. Customs & Border Protection, was appointed to the company's Advisory Board, effective immediately. Ahern, is a Principal with The Chertoff Group, providing strategic consulting services on homeland and border security management and global commerce and supply chain matters. In 2010, Ahern retired after 33 years of federal service to both the U.S. Customs Service and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP).
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