Who we are

INDUS Technology, Inc. provides systems engineering, technical and program management services for government and industry clients.

Superior performance, experienced personnel and complete dedication to customer needs are the hallmarks of INDUS Technology’s work to date. Through superb technical performance, strategic partnerships with primes and defense related community activities, INDUS has become a well-known and sought after contractor in the Defense Industry.

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Business Background

INDUS Technology, Inc. was formed in 1991 in San Diego, CA. A rapidly growing firm with an excellent reputation as both a prime and subcontractor providing support services in C4I communication systems, engineering services, program management, logistics, Information Technology, and acquisition and financial management support to the Department of the Navy, other DoD agencies and the Federal Government.

INDUS is a self-certified Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). INDUS is also classified as Service Disabled Veteran Owned Business for the State of California. INDUS qualifies as a small business under NAICS Codes 541330, 561210, 518210, 541511, 541512, 541513, 541519 and under NAICS Codes 541214, 541219 and 541611.

Senior Management

Our senior managers have scores of years of experience in virtually every area of government engineering consulting as well as industrial and academic experience. The INDUS team understands the needs of government clients and can respond quickly with engineers and analysts available for contract action. INDUS's highly competitive rates ensure maximum customer benefit from each dollar.

Senior Management

Eric MacGregor

Eric MacGregor is the current president, CEO and owner of INDUS Technology, Inc. Mr. MacGregor leads a growing Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) that provides engineering, technical financial and program management services for government and industry clients Prior to taking over as president, Mr. MacGregor was the Senior Vice President of INDUS in charge of all company contract functions in addition to program management and business development responsibilities for the Port Hueneme, CA, Newport, RI, Panama City Beach, FL, Washington D.C. and Norfolk, VA markets.

Prior to joining INDUS, Mr. MacGregor was a Senior Contracts Representative at SAIC and a warranted Contracting Officer with the U.S. Air Force where he supported Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from Wayland Baptist University and a Master of Business Administration Degree from American Graduate University and is DAWIA Level III Certified in Acquisition Management.

Senior Management

Michael Hubbard

Michael Hubbard is an Executive Vice President (EVP), appointed in April 2019. Michael is located at INDUS Headquarters in San Diego and will be responsible for leading business development and growth activities, along with assisting in the operational leadership of our current customer portfolio. Michael has had an accomplished career with more than 20 years of experience of leadership and consulting in the government and healthcare industries. He imparts a unique combination of strategy, analytics, and leadership capabilities driven by purpose and a passion for helping people achieve their potential.

Michael most recently served as the Vice President of Global Customer Experience at NuVasive, Inc., a medical device company that is the leader in spinal technology innovation with over $1B in yearly revenue. Michael started at NuVasive in 2014 leading their strategic planning process and managing the company’s patient engagement initiatives. Prior to NuVasive, Michael was a leader at Booz Allen Hamilton in San Diego, California for 17 years where he served in various management roles focused on military commands across the country. Most notably, Michael was one of the driving factors in the growth of Booz Allen’s business at the Space and Naval Warfare Systems (SPAWAR) Command having started there in 1997. He began his career in role as a Business and Financial Management (BFM) analyst before expanding into program, acquisition, and strategy functional areas. Michael holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Mary Washington, and a Master of Leadership from the University of Southern California. He is also a Certified Defense Financial Manager (CDFM).

Senior Management

James Lasswell

James Lasswell is the Senior Advisor to the President for INDUS Technology. Mr. Lasswell has worked in the engineering field for over 25 years. He received a BS degree in 1963 from the US Naval Academy, and two technical degrees, an MS in Engineering Acoustics (MSEA) from the Naval Post Graduate School, an MS Systems Management (MSSM) from USC and an MBA from Virginia Tech. During his career he served for 20 years in the U. S. Navy, retiring from NAVSEASYSCOM as a Commander and as Program Manager for Vertical Launch ASROC and ASWCS MK 116-Mod 5, 6 & 7. He commanded the USS SAFEGUARD and served on Destroyers and Amphibs.

In addition to holding a number of significant positions in the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA), including being a member of the National Board of Directors, he has transformed the San Diego Chapter’s activities in support of Small Business to significant heights. Starting with a committee of two, the San Diego Chapter’s Small Business Committee has grown to over 50 working members whose focus is the mentorship of emerging and growing Small Businesses. At least 7 formal conferences and forums are presented annually to benefit Small Businesses and two of these are major events that will attract up to 1,200 attendees. This Chapter’s Small Business activities have been recognized in many ways by a large number of organizations.

Senior Management

Stephen Huber

We would like to welcome our newest Senior Vice President of Operations – Mr. Stephen Huber. He has been with INDUS since 2011 in the Port Hueneme offices as a Program Manager. He will now be working with the Corporate Staff and Program Managers to help lead INDUS into the future. There will be three departments that will now report directly to Mr. Huber: Business Development, Human Resources, and Security/Facilities. Steve Huber has more than 30 years of experience in corporate leadership to include command of a Navy Destroyer and a Navy Warfare Center where he led 2,000 employees and balanced a $600 Million budget. His strong background as a leader have provided him with a number of tools to work with the INDUS executive team as we continue to grow. He wishes to continue the small business, family culture of INDUS while we transition to a larger competitor in the defense and commercial lines of business. Mr. Huber is still an active part in Port Hueneme and will be splitting his time. The plan is for him to work half of each month in San Diego and half in Port Hueneme. Mr. Huber is a pretty stoic person preferring to shine the light on others. We were able to get a story though. As the Commanding Officer of the USS FIFE (DD 991) stationed in Everett, WA, a city that enjoys a 100 straight days of rain, his ship was involved with search and rescues. He spoke about an incident off the Channel Islands National Park near Port Hueneme. Upon arrival, they saw a city of lights from the “squid fleet”. Assigned Baywatch Santa Monica as their buddy, they searched the scene while providing his ship’s famous cinnamon rolls to his guests. While searching, they found themselves surrounded by hundreds of dolphins surfing in their bow wave. One of the local Native American Chumash tribe members later told him that the dolphins were her people guiding them. .

Steve’s education includes a BS in Oceanography (Physics) at the U.S. Naval Academy, an MA in Strategic Planning at the U.S. Naval War College, an MA in International Studies from Old Dominion University, and he was a National Security Studies Fellow at Syracuse University’s Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs. With one of his favorite quote’s being, “The only good day was yesterday!”, lets hope for lots of really good yesterdays for the future of INDUS.

Senior Management

Stephen Stewart

Stephen (Steve) Stewart is the Senior Vice President (SVP) for East Coast Operations at INDUS Technology, Inc. with over 40 years supporting the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport (NUWCDIVNPT) and predecessor commands; NAVAIR; SPAWAR; and other markets. He is responsible for capturing, leading, and managing multi-million dollars of annual revenue operations at several locations including: NUWCDIVNPT; Naval Surface Warfare Centers (NSWC) Carderock, Crane, Indian Head, Dahlgren and Panama City; Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth NH; NAVSEA Washington Navy yard and metro area; Norfolk Naval Shipyard; and NAVAIR Pax River. Prior to re-joining INDUS, Mr. Stewart retired from the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport (NUWCDIVNPT) where he was on the staff of the Commanding Officer, with corresponding accountability to NAVSEA 00K, as the Deputy Competition Advocate and Director, Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP). His other executive-level leadership positions include: Vice President at INDUS Technology; Vice President at Orbis, Inc.; Director of New England Operations at PROSOFT; Senior Business Development Manager at CACI (C-Cubed); and Director of New England Operations at Future Technologies Inc. (FTI).

He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Quantitative Methods and Management Science, with a Minor in Economics, from Salve Regina University; has completed Graduate courses in Management and Human Development at Salve Regina University; and has the following certifications/qualifications: Competent Toastmaster (CTM); Shipley Associates Capture Planning for Strategic Wins; Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt; and DAWIA Level II (Contracting). He is affiliated with a number of community and industrial organizations including the RI Chapter of the National Contract Management Association (NCMA) (currently Program Chair); Newport County YMCA; Middletown, RI youth sports including: baseball, basketball and soccer; and has been a Senior-year Capstone Mentor to several Middletown High School students.