Mr. Robert “Devo” DeVincent is the Chief Software Officer of the 309 Software Engineering Group, Ogden Air Logistics Complex, Hill Air Force Base, Utah from February 2022 to present. He is a technical advisor for an engineering organization with roughly 1,900 scientists and engineers providing software, hardware, cloud, and Dev*Ops solutions for multiple ground based, air borne, and space based DoD weapon systems and/or platforms that include the F-16, F-22, A-10, KC-135, C-17, Minute Man III ICBM, Sentinel ICBM, Military Strategic and Tactical Relay, C3I, F-35, and others. The engineering team specializes in software engineering, hardware design, automatic test systems, test driven development, automated deployment, simulation and emulation, mission planning, technology updates, web-based design, and systems engineering. Mr. DeVincent is also a member of the Board of Directors for the Ogden Silicon Slopes Aerospace and Defense Chapter.
After an honorable discharge from the United States Marine Crops, Mr. DeVincent immediately began his civil service career at Hill Air Force Base in Ogden, Utah in April 2014. He has served in various levels of responsibility including Product Owner, Team Lead, Test Director, Subject Matter Expert, Program Manager, Cloud & Dev*Ops Senior Technical Advisor, Technical Director, and Chief Software Officer.
Prior to his current position, Mr. DeVincent was employed as a Senior Technical Consultant supporting the development of the On-Site Managed Services (OMS) Cloud Solution, an S6 Platoon Sergeant at Marine Tactical Air Command Squadron 38 where he deployed to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, and fulfilled a voluntary two year religious/service mission in South America where he learned Spanish, Portuguese, and Guaraní.