Rosey Carter


The Service-Disabled Veteran Partner at DPCG, Ms. Rosey Carter, has over twenty-nine years of experience as a U.S. Army communications specialist, strategic planner, and leader and eight years’ experience leading a SDVOSB. She is a Project Management Institute® certified Project Management Professional (PMP) with a Master of Science in Information Systems and a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. Ms Carter brings her skills and experience to business development, technical solutions, and project management.

Prior to her retirement, Ms. Carter served on the Army staff as the G8 Force Development (FD) Mission Command Division Chief where she programmed, managed, and prioritized the Army’s resources for tactical and strategic networks. She previously led DISA’s Field Command supporting USCENTCOM where she managed multi-million-dollar projects that included cross-domain solutions for NATO and U.S. classified networks, long-term leases of commercial fiber optical cable circuits throughout Central Asia, and allocation of satellite resources for tactical networks in the CENTCOM area of responsibility including Iraq and Afghanistan. Her team ran the USCENTCOM Theater Network Operations and Security Center where they managed, secured, and operated networks in eight Central Asia nations and the United States.

Ms. Carter served as the unit Signal Officer at battalion, brigade and division levels. She commanded at platoon, company, battalion and brigade levels. During her career, Ms. Carter deployed for Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm as a company commander; to Bosnia and Herzegovina as the Assistant Division Signal Officer for Multinational Division North, and to Afghanistan as a Strategic Planner for NATO’s Combined Security Transition Command – Afghanistan (CSTC-A) headquartered at Camp Eggers, Kabul. Ms. Carter is a Master Parachutist. She resides in central Texas, the headquarters for DPCG, and operates a small cattle ranch.