Tribally-Owned, 8(a)/Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB), HUBZone
Primary NAICS: 561210 (Facilities Support Services)
Secondary NAICS: 531120, 236220, 541611, 541614, 561720
Vice President, Federal Programs
Director, Federal Construction Programs
Director of Modular Facilities
As President & CEO of PCISS, Mr. Hunt is responsible for the overall growth and direction of the company. With twenty-five years of commercial and federal experience, his responsibilities include the overall management of internal operations and support of the Federal Agency and Department of Defense (DoD) operations and associated P&L.
As PCISS Vice President of Federal Programs, Mr. Henderson's responsibilities include driving business development (Federal Agencies and DoD) and teaming, as well as corporate and operational management support. Mr. Henderson reports directly to the President & CEO, Mr. Billy Hunt.
Mr. Henderson has over thirty years of Federal and Department of Defense experience. He has served in executive management positions at two successfully graduated 8(a) firms and has managed over $500M in prime contracts and associated delivery orders. Major Key Business Areas supported include Professional Services, Information Technology, Facilities Management, Construction and Environmental Services. His experience at large GOVCON firms include Alion Science and Technology (NAVSEA support – CG 47 HM&E program and NAVSUP Environmental programs) and Wyle Laboratories (GWACs Director). He possesses extensive experience in marketing, proposal development and contract negotiations and has strong experience with small business programs to include 8(a)/SDB, HUBZone and Veteran-Owned.
Mr. Henderson is a native of Virginia and a graduate of George Mason University.
Kam Johnson brings 20-years of experience in horizontal and vertical construction, project engineering, design and project management, specializing in the geotechnical engineering sciences. She has overseen projects relating to new construction and renovation of buildings and laboratories (including industrial, underground utilities design and construction), commercial, and federal government sites, road and bridge upgrades, beach re-nourishment, offshore pile design, and road and bridge construction/upgrades. As Director of Construction for PCISS, she manages staff to include Project Managers, Assistant Project Managers, Estimators and Site Superintendents. Kam has Federal Agency, Department of Defense, and Commercial project experience across a wide geographical region.
Kam graduated from Auburn University with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and is a native of Alabama.
Jeffrey Morris served 23 years in the United States Navy as a Naval Aviator with extensive experience in Maintenance and Operations Management. He has more than 20 years of experience in business development, program and project management, federal contracting, and Safety & Quality Control. He has overseen and managed multiple federal design-build projects to include full facility renovations, aircraft hangar new construction, LED lighting upgrades, Railroad, roadway and runway repairs, automation and fire detection system installations, and electrical infrastructure upgrades. As Director of Modular Facilities for PCISS, he manages the Federal Agency and Department of Defense (DoD) Modular Facilities Program to include oversight of installation, maintenance, and removal of temporary modular facilities, along with supervision of office and project sites. He manages the drafting of professional documentation, design, engineering, and production of modular facilities tracking projects from start to finish.
Jeffrey graduated from The University of North Florida with a Bachelor of Science in Financial Services and Accounting and from Liberty University with an MBA in Marketing. Jeffrey is a native of Brewton, Alabama.
The Poarch Band of Creek Indians created a holding company named ECKE to provide high quality products and services to Federal customers under the name Poarch Creek Indians Federal Services. Today that organization contains numerous businesses providing a variety of services including:
The name of the holding company “Ecke” is a Muskogee word for “mother” and reflects the role of the holding company. As the parent, Ecke Holding Company provides the common connection and integration that enables our collective success. Our portfolio of companies shares the Tribe’s values of fairness, trustworthiness, commitment to something bigger than self-perseverance, respect for contribution, open, and honest communication, collaboration, open to new ideas and accomplishment. Through these values, the Ecke companies focus on delivering exceptional services that exceed expectations.