Mr. Bonner currently serves as the Executive Vice President, Federal Growth for Unissant focused on the overall growth of the company across Federal Government. He keeps abreast of the needs in the Federal Health related to electronic health records; health IT, data analytics/data warehousing technologies; research in advanced healthcare technologies such as Telehealth, Mobile, and Remote Monitoring; warrior wellness and wounded warrior programs; and cybersecurity. He is responsible for the development and management of growth strategies, as well as managing all business development, pursuit, capture, and proposal activities.Prior to joining Unissant, Mr. Bonner was at Standard Technology, Inc. (STI) where he was the VP, Federal Health.Prior to joining STI, Mr. Bonner was the Military Health Lead for Accenture Federal Services focused on the growth of their Military Health practice and led their pursuit of the DHMSM Program (DoD EHR Modernization Program, now MHS Genesis).. He was responsible for developing and executing a 1-3 year strategic plan as well as identifying new business opportunities to ensure readiness to support future needs in military health programs with a special focus on the needs of the new Defense Health Agency. Prior to Accenture he was at GDIT in a very similar role. Mr. Bonner spent much of his career in health IT directing clinical product lines within the healthcare software industry and working for health IT firms. He was also the vice president of medical systems for Meta Solutions, Inc., a teleradiology/telemedicine consulting service company within the health industry. Mr. Bonner was also the founder and CEO of a PACS consulting firm, which helped healthcare institutions with PACS planning and system selection. His firm provided all the PACS training for IBM’s DINPACS solution. He has been involved in healthcare for over 35 years with a focus in Health IT for over 20 years.Mr. Bonner retired as a captain in the Medical Services Corp from the U.S. Air Force in 1997, with more than 17 years of health care administration experience. In 1996, Mr. Bonner moved to the Medical Advanced Technology Management Office (MATMO), where he was the director of the telemedicine program development. He was a director of telemedicine as well as director of provider network management for DoD TRICARE Region 6 office, where he was one of the core members who stood up TRICARE for the MHS. He also spent time as a medical laboratory instructor and was a MLT for 6 years prior to receiving his commission as a MSC. Mr. Bonner received a bachelor’s degree in Health Administration from Wayland Baptist University and a master of Health Administration from Baylor University. He is a Fellow of the American College of Health Care Executives (FACHE).Mr Bonner is a graduate of Baylor University with a Master’s in Healthcare Administration in 1993. He obtained his Bachelor’s degree from Wayland Baptist University in 1986 with a major in Healthcare Administration.