Mr. Amey is currently the Chairman and principal owner of Amyx, Inc. Mr. Amey directly participates in all business plan and budget development and monitoring activities, and in major new business initiatives. He chairs the quarterly Board of Directors Meetings and the annual Shareholders Meeting.

In 2008, Mr. Amey led a group of former Federal Government Contractor executives that bought Amyx, Inc. From January, 2008 through July, 2011, Mr. Amey served as President and CEO of Amyx, expanding the company’s customer base and offered services. He also focused the company’s objectives on outstanding customer service, recognition and advancement of company employees, and deep involvement in community service.

From 1993 to 2004, Mr. Amey was the founder and Chief Operating Officer of RS Information Systems, Inc. (RSIS). In that time, RSIS grew to the nation’s 40th largest Federal Government IT and Engineering services provider, with over 1,700 employees and $365 Million in annual revenue. Mr. Amey had corporate oversight for over 50 Federal IT and Engineering contracts with the Department of Energy, NOAA, NASA, Department of Transportation, US Air Force, and Social Security Administration. Mr. Amey was responsible for RSIS’ Quality Management System and led the company’s ISO 9001-2000 and SEI/CMM certifications. He also led business planning sessions and monthly financial reviews.

Previously, Mr. Amey worked for Information Systems and Networks Corporation, Metters Industries, United Technologies, the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, Singer Link Simulation Systems, and Vitro Laboratories. He holds a Master’s Degree in Computer Science and a Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics.

Mr. Amey currently serves as a member of the George Washington University’s Board of Trustees. In 2007, Mr. Amey was the recipient of the GW Alumni Service Award for founding and establishing the School of Engineering and Applied Science Career Center.  In 2008, he was once again recognized by GW as a recipient of the 2008 Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award, the highest award given by the University.  In 2009, Mr. Amey was inducted into the GWU School of Engineering’s Hall of Fame.