Dr. Naren Bewtra serves as CCSi’s President. As such, he is
responsible for all technical and financial performance of the company. He is also involved in new business development,
and provides science and engineering technical expertise support for specialized projects of interest to NASA, FAA and USDA.
After graduating with a M.A. in Mathematics from the University of Delhi, India, where he was born and raised,
Naren Bewtra moved to the United States to pursue a PhD. in Theoretical Physics from Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y.
He then started his career at Computer Sciences Corporation CSC) in Maryland, where he conducted research on
Magnetospheric Physics with a focus on the composition and flow of the plasma in the Ring Current. The outcome of his research
resulted in the publication of more than a dozen technical papers, and the promotion of Dr. Bewtra to the position of
manager for CSC’s Scientific Data Systems, and Earth and Space Sciences research activities for NASA Goddard Space Flight
Center(GSFC). There, he supervised 120 analysts and scientists for science and application programs.
Proven to be a highly effective manager after occupying various Project Manager positions for numerous NASA and
Federal Aviation Association (FAA) programs, Dr. Bewtra joined Hughes STX Corporation in 1988, quickly gained responsibility
and was named Vice President of the Systems and Applied Sciences groups. Appointed Vice President of Operations for the corporation,
Dr. Bewtra took the responsibility for more than 1300 employees and for all programs undertaken for NASA, NOAA, the Department of
Transportation, and several agencies within the Department of Defense.
Always looking for new challenges and for new opportunities of development, Dr. Bewtra left Hughes STX Corp.
in 1996 to take the position of Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Intellisource, an Information Technology company
located in Maryland. Upon the acquisition of Intellisource/RMS Information Systems by Affiliated Computer Services (ACS)
in 2000, Dr. Bewtra got transferred to ACS at the same position. He finally decided in 2002 to quit ACS, to join his
wife Manju's company, CCSi, and help her turn the business into the fast evolving effective award winning company that we know today.