As President, Frank Anstett is accountable for program delivery excellence and strategic efforts to expand, mature, and scale capabilities, staff, and technology solutions. Additionally, as the “Smart Growth” leader, he will leverage and build upon experience leading and growing large system integrators (Raytheon, GDIT, Perspecta) to meet customer and Devis strategic goals.
Prior to joining Devis, Mr. Anstett was Vice President of Vencore (and then Perspecta via a spin-merger) for Civilian and Homeland Security. He started with a $75M portfolio and ended running a $200M, 1,100-person Business Group. Under his leadership they delivered IT Services, Software Development/Engineering, Cyber, and Data Analytics to FAA, GSA-PBS/FAS, DHS NPPD, CBP, USCIS, and IRS.
Mr. Anstett has more than twenty-five years of progressive experience in system engineering, IT, management information systems, finance, human resources, contracts, and program management. He has led Federal program implementation and strategic Federal growth including two decades of support for national/homeland security and aviation programs.
At GDIT, Mr. Anstett led critical Cyber and IT infrastructure programs for FAA, DOE, NNSA, FERC, Sandia National Labs, as well as for the Senate and the White House. Additionally, he supported many Federal missions including EPA environmental monitoring and USDA food safety.
At Raytheon, Mr. Anstett started as a system engineer. He advanced through Sr. engineering, project/program management roles supporting technical and business solution development for complex mission programs. Mr. Anstett managed major air traffic, automation, surveillance, navigation, and communication implementations for the FAA, TSA aviation security programs, DHS biometric and biographic systems. He also oversaw law enforcement data collection programs for the FBI.
His expertise also includes policy, acquisition and advisory support delivered to DHS and a major FAA communications program.
Mr. Anstett is an active participant in numerous organizations including ACT-IAC, ATCA, HSDBC. He is an Assistant Scout Master for Troop 1978 in Vienna VA.
Mr. Anstett holds an M.B.A. from George Mason University with a concentration in Management Information Systems and a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Northeastern University.