Gregory T. Warner began with TRAX International in January of 1989 and became a Senior Vice President in 2001. He is currently a Senior Vice President, and serves as the incumbent Program Manager for the Information and Logistic Management Division at Goddard Space Flight Center. During his tenure supporting NASA, Warner managed NASA projects at Glen Research Center, Ames Research Center, Marshall Space Flight Center, Space Station Level 2, and Goddard Space Flight Center. He has been the Program Manager for the Goddard Space Flight Center since 1995. Prior to joining TRAX International, Warner was an Executive Vice President of D-K Associates, an ERC International Company.
Mr. Warner currently manages program activities at the Goddard Space Flight Center. He is ultimately responsible for all operations, personnel, budgetary, data management, and contract administration functions. He provides the highest level of customer interface for requirements and operations issues and services integration. He oversees program procedures to ensure they comply with contract requirements and identify ways in which these procedures can be made more efficient and effective. Mr. Warner personally manages program response to emergencies or other major, unusual requirements and performs any other duties necessary to ensure the successful performance of the contract.
Using his 27 years of experience managing a NASA program, seventeen on the Information and Logistic Management Division contract at Goddard, Warner ensures that TRAX sustains exceptionally high performance standards. This is reflected in the performance rating of 96.4% average award term scores during the 16 six-month contract evaluation periods for Goddard. Mr. Warner’s biography at NASA reflects successful experience in all areas critical to the contract. In 2008, he received NASA’s “Exceptional Achievement Award” for recognition of his leadership to successfully integrate a full spectrum of logistics support activities. While expanding the scope of logistics support, Warner managed a series of continuous improvement initiatives. He also converted all mission-oriented Supply and Transportation processes to meet ISO 9001 standards and passed the implementation audit with no discrepancies; fully developed a fee-for-service program for TIMS services; and tightly maintained cost within budgeted guidelines, remaining at or below controllable contract target costs, which resulted in a 115% return on cost incentive-based fee over the life of the contract. All this was accomplished with a workforce represented by two separate unions at the Greenbelt and Wallops locations, and with no sustained union grievances during the entire contract.
Greg Warner has a BS Degree in Industrial Technology.