Michael J. Bayer
Michael J. Bayer is the President and CEO of Dumbarton Strategies, Washington, D.C., which provides strategic planning and merger and acquisition counsel for enterprises engaged in the energy and national security sectors.
Mr. Bayer also serves as a Director of Dyncorp International, Inc. (NYSE), Willbros, Group Inc. (NYSE). In addition, he is the Chairman of the Defense Business Board, a Member of the Sandia National Laboratory's National Security Advisory Panel, the Defense Science Board, the Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s National Security Strategic Advisory Group and the Chief of Naval Operations’ Executive Panel.
His previous U.S. Government service included appointments as Vice Chairman of the Defense Business Board, a Member of the Board of Visitors of the United States Military Academy, Chairman of the Army Science Board, a Member of the U.S. Naval War College Board of Visitors, Chairman of the Secretary of Air Force’s Advisory Group and, Member of the U.S. European Command Senior Advisory Group. Earlier in his career he was Counsel to a senior Member of the U.S House of Representatives, Deputy Assistant Secretary at the U.S. Department of Energy, Malcolm Baldrige's Associate Deputy Secretary of Commerce, Counselor to the United States Synthetic Fuels Corporation, Counselor to President Bush's Commission on Aviation Security and Terrorism and, the Federal Inspector for the Alaska Natural Gas Transportation System.
Mr. Bayer has previously served as a Member of the Board of Directors of EG&G, Inc. (until its sale to URS in 2002), Duratek, Inc. (until its sale to Energy Solutions in 2006) and Athena, Inc. (until its sale to CACI in 2007). He has been a Trustee of Washington's Source Theater and its Chairman of the Board, a Member of the Board of the Potomac Community Theater, and a Member of the Board of Directors of The American Heart Association (Nation's Capitol Affiliate).
According to his CACI bio, current May 11, 2004, Bayer, a member of the board of directors at CACI International, is also "currently Director of Duratec Inc., a nuclear facilities operations and radioactive materials disposition company, Mr. Bayer also served as a member of the board of EG&G Inc., an architectural and engineering company, until its sale to URS Corp. in August 2002."
- Profile: Michael J. Bayer: Chairman U.S. Army Science Board, ANSWER, accessed January 2008.