Allan Arnette – President and CEO
Mr. Arnette is the President and CEO for MTS, a VA certified Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). Prior to starting MTS, he served as a Medical Logistics Officer from 1978-1998, achieving the rank of Lieutenant Colonel in the Army’s Medical Service Corps. His many military positions included Senior Medical Logistics Advisor to the Chief, Army Reserve and U.S. Army Reserve Command Surgeon; Director of Logistics; Senior Logistics Advisor to the Surgeon General for Ministry of Defense and Aviation, Saudi Arabia; and Executive Officer for the 86th Combat Support Hospital. Today, having more than 37 years of facility and program management, healthcare materials management, data analysis and synchronization, supply chain and standardization experience, Mr. Arnette leads MTS with very strong skills in directing and re-engineering large projects with complex logistical requirements. Through his leadership, MTS has been awarded multiple 5 year IDIQ contracts for which MTS has received Excellent CPARS ratings. Company growth has exceed $26M with over 75 employees and is poised to continue its focus on bringing quality service at a low cost to its customers. Mr. Arnette holds a Master’s of Science Degree in Logistics Management from Florida Institute of Technology (FIT).
Ms. Arnette currently serves as Vice President of Operations, providing program management for a multiple of contracts and task orders. She has 35 years of civil service, in which she’s worked a myriad of Directorate of Public Works (DPW) positions, all of which served as the foundation for her work in overseeing service contracts and construction projects. She worked 18 years with the Corps of Engineers as an Engineering Technician, in which she performed quality assurance inspections on the Blanchfield Army Community Hospital (BACH) construction project and various family housing renovation projects. For the next five years, she was the hospital’s Facility Manager, during which she managed the hospital maintenance program as well as the oversight for the construction of a new 75,000 GSF consolidated troop medical clinic and other major renovation projects in various health facilities at Ft. Campbell. In 2000, Ms. Arnette moved to the U. S. Army Health Facility Planning Agency (USAHFPA) in Falls Church, VA, where she served as Health Facilities Planner, successfully managing several MILCON POM builds and the development of the execution plan for Project Books for all the upcoming MILCON projects. She became the resident expert in MILCON 1391 development. She developed her cost estimating skills and demonstrated her invaluable skills in spearheading the generation of the 1391 for WRAMC Advanced Training Amputee Center, Landstuhl Regional Medical Center Air Condition project, BSL 3 Laboratories as well as the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) and 2006 “Grow The Army” initiatives. In 2008, USAHFPA presented Ms. Arnette with the highly coveted Charles E. Christ Award, for Outstanding Contributions to Army Health and Research Facility Acquisition.