Corvus is an Economically Disadvantaged, Woman-Owned, Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) providing scientific, engineering, technical, operational support, and training services to Federal government and Commercial clients, focusing in the high-fields of Cyberspace Operations, Electronic Warfare, Intelligence, Counter-IED and Electromagnetic Spectrum Operations (EMSO). Our specialties run the gamut of capabilities from high-level policy development and Congressional liaison to requirements analysis, DOTMLPF development assistance and design services for hardware and software systems fulfilling the mission needs of the Department of Defense and Intelligence Communities. Our services include full spectrum project and program support, anywhere in the world.
Corvus was founded on the principles of Integrity, Experience and Innovation, and we live those ideals by going beyond traditional "senior officer for hire" deliverables of tactical business intelligence and access. While our associates are highly respected across DoD and a number of business areas, we realize what organizations need today are strategies designed for long-term performance and profitability in a global landscape. While many of our associates have Defense-related roots, our depth and breadth go far beyond Department of Defense or even US Government interests to international trend analysis, global marketing, and business strategy development and implementation. We offer our clients the ability to see beyond today's landscape by getting inside your organization and bringing in respected business strategists, global marketing professionals and industry subject matter experts to allow you to leap ahead through executable plans which leverage your core competencies. Your success is our mission.
CEO and President, Colonel (Retired) Laurie Moe Buckhout
Prior to becoming the CEO and President of Corvus, Laurie Buckhout had a long and distinguished career in the United States Army. Laurie is a decorated combat command veteran who served in executive level assignments in the areas of Cyberspace Operations, Intelligence and Electronic Warfare (IEW) and Tactical and Strategic Communications at echelons from Army Divisions to the White House. Laurie's experience also includes serving as a Vice President for a company in the defense and aerospace industry.
Ms. Buckhout was hand selected at the four-star level to develop the Army’s first Electronic Warfare capability since the 1980’s, after leading efforts in the Counter-Radio-Controlled Improvised Explosive Device fight, personally advising the Chairman, JCS. After her work in these endeavors, she was elected as President of the International Electronic Warfare Association, the AOC, an organization charged with leading global efforts to raise the awareness of Electronic Warfare. She publishes on EW and Cyber in trade and technical periodicals and is a frequent interviewee on Cyber and EW such print and television forae such as the Journal of Electronic Defense, the Washington Post, the New York Times, the Army Times, Inside Defense, Jane’s Defence Weekly, and National Geographic. COL (Ret) Buckhout is also a guest lecturer on Cyber and EW at the National Defense University and the Marine Corps Command and Staff College.
Laurie recently sat the Defense Science Board Summer Study on 21st Century Electronic Warfare, and also has served as an advisory board member to the Student Veterans of America, Guardian Angel Therapy Dogs and to several small businesses. In 2017, she was selected as a Special Government Employee for the Commerce Spectrum Management Advisory Committee (CSMAC), which advises the Assistant Secretary for Communications and Information at NTIA on a broad range of spectrum policy issues. Committee members offer expertise and perspective on reforms to enable new technologies and services, including reforms that expedite the American public's access to broadband services, public safety, and long-range spectrum planning. She is an experienced operator and briefer at International, DoD, Congressional and Presidential levels and she and her company’s consultants are currently advising the Army Staff, the Georgia Technical Research Institute, the DoD CIO, and the Joint Improvised Threat Defeat Organization (JIDO) on EW and Cyber threats and countermeasures.
Laurie holds a Masters Degree in Information Systems and a Masters Degree in Military Arts & Sciences. She has been awarded the Distinguished Service Medal, Bronze Star, Defense Meritorious Service Medals and numerous Joint and Army Medals in addition to the Parachuists's Badge, the Presidential Service, Army Staff and Joint Staff Badges and the Combat Action Badge. Laurie Buckhout served as the President of the International Electronic Warfare Association, the AOC, and has served as a member of several non-profit defense related boards. She is a frequent lecturer at the National Defense University and the United States Marine Corps University and speaks internationally on Electronic Warfare and Cyberspace Operations.
Our current and past Government clients include the Army Staff, Georgia Technical Research Institute (GTRI), IDSA-DSO, OSD-CIO, DISA DSO Information Technology, Joint Staff J-3, US Army CECOM, and JIEDDO/JIDA. We also serve a variety of commercial clients for Business Development and Capture Management. We look forward to providing you unparalleled expertise and cost-effective solutions.
A Message from the CEO:
When I started Corvus, I had the desire to build a first-class organization with integrity and vision, one with an enduring dedication to our National Security. I brought together those for whom the word "Service" has no expiration date, those who feel proud every day they can still contribute to our Nation. We do it through our deep and comprehensive knowledge of myriad US Government agencies, the Defense Department, our Industrial Base, and Defense-Related Academia, and we include a deep understanding of the International Markets and future trends. We believe the only way to make positive change is to have a clear understanding of our client's challenges - and our experience shows. Our word is our bond, and we deliver exactly what we say we will.
Why the Crow?
The name "Corvus" is the Latin name for the Crow and Raven families of birds. We chose this symbol not only because the Crow is the international symbol for Electronic Warfare, but is also known as a symbol of knowledge, power and wisdom. Our Corvus Crow is backed by a sine wave of Radio-Frequency energy to symbolize the fact we are leaders not only in Defense Management and Processes, but in Technology as well. Trust us to solve your toughest problems. Corvus delivers.