Ram N. Gupta is the President and CEO of Future Technologies, Inc. (FTI). He founded FTI in 1992. As President and CEO of FTI he has managed the company’s growth from a start-up firm of one employee to one with approximately 180 employees and annual revenues of about $18 million. Mr. Gupta has a M.S. in Business from Kurukshetra University, an MBA from George Mason University.
Timothy L. “Tim” Graham, Vice President for Future Technologies, Inc. (FTI), has over 25 years of military and senior technical management experience and is responsible for information technology and engineering pursuits of FTI, and oversees the company’s Program Management Office. As Vice President, he is leading FTI’s efforts to realize Software Engineering Institute – Capability Maturity Model Integrated (SEI-CMMI) level III. Tim has a BS/MS in Mathematics.
Lieutenant General (Ret.) Bill Tangney is FTI's Senior Vice President for Intelligence. Special Operations, and related activities. A career Special Forces Officer with thirty five years of active service, Bill has commanded at all levels from Lieutenant to Lieutenant General and was the Deputy Commander in Chief of the U.S. Special Operations Command at the time of his retirement in November 2002. Other General Officer assignments include tours as the Commanding General of Special Operations Command Central Command; Commanding General of the U.S. Army Special Forces Command; Commanding General of the U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School; and Commanding General of the U.S. Army Special Operations Command. Bill graduated from the Citadel with a degree in Political Science in 1967 and obtained an M.A. from the Maxwell School at Syracuse in 1975.
Jay manages the day-to-day accounting and financial operations. He is responsible for the executive management of the company’s contracts and Human resources Department. He joined FTI in July 1997. Prior to joining FTI from 1988 he worked as Cost Analysis Manager for EER Systems, which was bought by L3/GSI and was responsible for the proposal preparation and interaction with DCAA. He worked as Division Controller for Systematic Development Corporation from 1985 – 1988 responsible for contract management and program control. He holds a Graduate Degree in Finance from Mary Mount University, Arlington, VA and a Graduate Degree in Economics from Madras University in India.