The Founder of System Integrity, LLC., Curtis Funderburk is a Computer Network Engineer and Instructor, certified by Cisco System, Inc., the largest computer networking company in the world. A veteran of the U.S. Air Force, he deployed some of the first electronic warfare systems on F16 fighter jets and B1 bombers in the 1980s. As a computer network engineer, you will find his fingerprints on IP Networks in healthcare environments such as Georgetown Hospital Center and Howard University Hospital in DC. He was a test engineer for Verizon’s FiOS network. He was the original Cisco networking instructor at the Veterans Enterprise Training and Services Center in Washington, DC and has developed curriculum for Towson University’s workforce development program and the Maryland Tech Connection workforce development program.
With over 25 years of design and implementation experience, Mr. Funderburk’s background is extensive. He served as test engineer for Verizon Systems Engineering and Test Center, a supervisor for the Verizon Network Operation Center and a Network Engineer for the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the Food and the Drug Administration (FDA) and the Office of the Chief Technology Officer (OCTO) in Washington, DC; deploying the network infrastructure for the Metropolitan Police Department.
Over the past 6 years Mr. Funderburk has built modest technology firm with 7 employees in Baltimore Maryland, with the not so modest tag line of “Unabashed Impeccability”. Albeit bold, the tag line is aspirational by nature. Our mission is to provide technology solutions that address key business drivers that increase revenue and control costs for our clients. We truly believe that if designed with Integrity and delivered with Impeccability, technology enables business owners to create jobs and transforms lives.
In addition to his work in the domain of technology, Mr. Funderburk is an alumnus of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business Program. He studied Industrial Technology at Southern Illinois University and is a graduate of the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute.