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Dr. Ken S. Bajaj, PhD


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Dr. Ken Bajaj is the President for DMI. He joined the company in 2009 and helped lead its transformation into becoming a global business and the largest pure-play provider of mobility services to commercial and government enterprises worldwide.  Ken brings a longstanding track-record of introducing transformational services and solutions to market.

Prior to joining DMI, Ken founded and was the Chief Executive Officer of DigitalNet, Inc. (NASDAQ: DNET), a pioneer in providing cybersecurity solutions to the U.S. Government. DigitalNet was a portfolio company of GTCR, LLP a leading private equity firm and purchased by BAE Systems in 2004.

Prior to DigitalNet, Ken founded and was the Chief Executive Officer of AppNet Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: APNT). AppNet was one of the first integrated e-business services companies, founded in 1997. It grew to become the fourth largest interactive media services company in the U.S. after just 3 years receiving recognition from Advertising Age and Internet World for being one of the most successful companies of its type at the time. AppNet was a portfolio company of GTCR, LLP and purchased by CommerceOne in 2000.

Prior to AppNet, Ken was the President of I-Net a early leader in providing large-scale performance based outsourcing solutions to commercial and government businesses. He led the company’s growth and development in partnership with Goldman Sachs, Inc. I-Net was purchased by Wang Laboratories in 1996 and ultimately became the foundation of the $1 billion North American operations of Getronics NV.

Prior to I-Net, Ken was one of the founders of Perot Systems. Prior to Perot Systems, he was a senior executive at Electronic Data Systems and was responsible for the company’s largest outsourcing contract with the U.S. Government as well as introducing the nation’s first factory automation program in the automotive industry to General Motors.

Ken received a Ph.D. in Systems Science from Michigan State University and his M.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Toronto.