At Spinvi our service and performance are exceptionally RELIABLE, ensuring our customers get the best-of-the-best in INNOVATIVE enterprise-level program and technical management engineering solutions, providing RESULTS that are long-lasting and time-tested.
Using best practices and quality management system as our fundamental approach to task management, we incorporate quality assurance and technical excellence at all levels and throughout the entire project lifecycle. We make it our priority to listen and respond to the needs of our customers and to find innovative ways to best serve them. We are committed to providing reliable results, and know our efforts have a direct impact on service members and their dependents; therefore, we are committed to living up to our promises and committed to maintaining a mutually beneficial, close collaboration with all stakeholders.
Danny Yohannes started Spinvi in 2011 after nearly a dozen years of direct experience supporting the federal government. As Founder, Danny is deeply committed to Spinvi, its customers, employees and other stakeholders. As such, he stays in touch with all aspects of the company, which in turn enhances his ability to make the best decisions in regards to business development and strategic partnering, corporate recruiting, corporate finance management and the company’s future goals.
Before 2011, Danny served as project manager for both small and large businesses supporting the Department of Defense (DoD) and Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). In this role, Danny managed various teams on many projects including the deployment and sustainment of DoD’s Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application (AHLTA) local cache server (LCS) for its electronic health record system, the installation of HAIMS—Health Artifacts and Imaging Solution Limited User Testing (LUT), and the deployment of DMLSS—Defense Medical Logistics Standard Support Oracle Technical Refresh (OTR) to Navy and Airforce military treatment facilities (MTF) worldwide.
Early in his career, Danny was a federal account manager and business developer for a company promoting web-based requirements management applications. Danny captured a share of the yet-to-be-tapped federal sector by being one of the first to introduce this innovative technology solution to agencies such as the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Department of Transportation (DOT), Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). His private sector clientele included Lockheed Martin, Boeing, BAE Systems and Harris Corporation.
Danny and his company continue to thrive under the philosophy—Superior Performance + Invictus Determination = Reliable. Innovative. Results.
Chief Operating Officer
Paul Brown joined Spinvi in 2016 after 17 years of direct experience supporting the Military Health System (MHS). As COO, Paul oversees the company’s day-to-day business operations; identifies strategic opportunities; creates operations strategy, policies and procedures and communicates the same to foster employee alignment with corporate goals.
Paul started his career as a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE), enhancing his skillset to become a web and application developer. In 1999, Paul joined a minority, woman-owned 8(a) business as a network engineer supporting the federal government’s Military Health System (MHS). Paul was promoted to a project management role in 2003. Five years later, he was promoted to Vice President of Operations overseeing the MHS Medical portfolio for NetStar-1. He maintained this position under Acentia and then later under MAXIMUS.
Paul contributed to several significant projects during his time supporting the MHS. He was a Y2K analyst for the Defense Medical Logistics Support System (DMLSS) and a project manager supporting the deployment of DoD’s Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application (AHLTA).
As VP of Operations, Paul oversaw the risk assessment component of the systems migration from the Walter Reed Army Medical Center (WRAMC) to the National Naval Medical Center (NNMC); a congressionally mandated integration of the two medical facilities now named Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (WRNMMC) . Paul coauthored a concept paper that served as the basis for the design, development and implementation of the Development and Testing Center (DTC) in Richmond, VA. From 2011 to 2013 he oversaw the on- time and under- budget delivery of the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) initiative. This project essentially represented the initial outfitting and transition of the Defense Health Headquarters (DHHQ) for the Defense Health Agency (DHA). Most recently, he helped launch the Temporary Disabled Retirement List (TDRL) for the Army Regional Command at Ft. Belvoir.
Paul is a graduate of Rutgers University and is PMP certified.
When Paul is not behind his computer, he can be found on his boat, especially during fishing season.
Chief Strategy Officer
Greg Dyer joined Spinvi as Chief Strategy Officer (CSO) in January of 2017. He has over 15 years of leadership experience delivering sustainable top-line growth, operation excellence, and process improvement. He has proven industry leadership in executing transformational change initiatives, developing leaders, and delivering sustainable results.
Prior to joining Spinvi, Greg served as a Director of Healthcare Solutions at CACI International Inc., where he specialized in data services, analytics, infrastructure modernization, information assurance, and agile software development for federal healthcare systems. Prior to joining CACI in 2012, Greg contributed to several significant programs during his time with Booz Allen Hamilton in support of the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic (SPAWAR). Before supporting SPAWAR, Greg worked in the civil engineering and commercial maritime industries, where he led numerous engineering and logistics programs across the globe.
Mr. Dyer is a Project Management Professional, and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the College of Charleston South Carolina. He received his Masters degree in Project Management with an emphasis in Leadership and Technical Project Management from the Citadel Military College of South Carolina.