About

A Message from the CEO

Our goal at CMX Technologies is to be the company that our customers think of first when they face their most difficult challenges. We meet this goal by attacking challenges with a team made up of industry experts who love what they do and are well rewarded for their commitment, passion, and dedication to the mission of our customers.

Our continuing success with our customers keeps us well poised for growth and expansion. If you are considering a career with an entrepreneurial, customer-focused company, please review our Careers section where you can find our current and projected hiring needs.

CMX was formed in 2005 with the goal of building a company that, for our employees, has the best qualities of companies they have been with during their careers but most importantly, a company that has a passionate commitment to mission success and to taking care of its employees.

Management Team
  • Charlie Bobbish | President and CEO

A native of Boston, Charlie Bobbish is the president and one of the founders of CMX Technologies. In this role he is responsible for the strategic leadership of the exceptional talent that comprises CMX. Prior to forming CMX in 2005, he was a managing director and program manager for a small professional services company that was recognized as #4 on Washington Fast 50 in 2004. He led the company’s Special Programs group, providing support to numerous customers in the National Capitol Region. Mr. Bobbish’s professional experience includes profit and loss management, business development, international business, and direct support to the armed services and members of the Intelligence Community, including under hostile/armed conflict conditions. He holds a degree in Computer Science from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Mr. Bobbish has traveled extensively worldwide for business and vacation. In his spare time, he is an avid road cyclist and has volunteered his time to participate in and raise funds for numerous charity bike rides as well as to serve on the Reston Bike Club’s board of directors.  He resides with his wife in Reston, VA.

  • Matt Pundzak | Vice President

Matt Pundzak hails from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. After graduating from the University of Pittsburg in 1976, Matt embarked on a 20 year career in the Air Force where he focused on imagery intelligence support to conventional, nuclear and special operations missions. Concluding his Air Force career in the Washington D.C. Metro area, Matt successfully perused work with several consulting firms with a continued emphasis on support to the Intelligence Community (IC). Matt has over 33 years of experience in Department of Defense (DoD) and Intelligence Community (IC) working activities associated with intelligence and geospatial data collection and exploitation, program management, policy, acquisitions, systems engineering and special operations. In his career Matt has supported the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) and several other key intelligence agencies. Matt lives in Alexandria, Virginia, with his wife Lynn. When not in Alexandria, he can usually be found at his mountain retreat near the town of Confluence, Pennsylvania.

  • Tony Campanella | Vice President

Tony Campanella is CMX’s Vice President for Intelligence Programs and his portfolio of responsibilities includes the oversight of analytical and operational support capabilities of CMX. He aids in developing analysts and contributes to the smart growth of the company. Previously, he served in a variety of crisis management and operational support roles as a civilian and contractor with the U.S. government. Tony served two years as a National Security Council staff member supporting the White House Situation Room. Tony is a former U.S. Marine and had assignments at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, and the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA). He deployed three times to northern Norway and twice to the Mediterranean. In industry, he has served as a program manager, deputy director of intelligence programs, and deputy director of counterterrorism programs. Tony holds a bachelor’s degree from Salem State College in Massachusetts. Tony spends his spare time on the rink playing ice hockey and volunteering with the USA Warriors program, an ice hockey program designed to assist wounded veterans.

  • Chris Hamilton | Vice President/COO/Business Development

Chris Hamilton is CMX’s Chief Operating Officer and his portfolio of responsibilities includes the operations and strategic growth of the company. Previously, he served a two-year appointment at Georgetown University as deputy director for a research division focused on analyzing emerging threats to U.S. national security. During his term, the division was awarded the Intelligence Community Medallion for the successful implementation of a critical program. Mr. Hamilton is a former U.S. Army intelligence officer and had assignments at U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command, the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), and the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO). In industry, he has served as a company general manager, vice president of business development, and as a program director. In 2002, Mr. Hamilton was the program manager of a $100M Air Force program that was named a finalist for The Top Ten Software Programs in the U.S. Government. In 2004, he was part of the senior management team of a small company that was recognized as #4 on the Washington Fast 50, and later helped orchestrate the company’s successful $42M acquisition by a large systems integrator. Mr. Hamilton holds a BA, cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, from Hofstra University in New York and has completed Executive Education programs at the Brookings Institution in Washington D.C. Mr. Hamilton and his wife Gina have three daughters and reside in northern Virginia. Mr. Hamilton is U.S. Soccer Federation licensed coach and has coached recreational and competitive youth soccer for more than a decade, from the Under-5 to the Under-19 levels. For the past eight years he has served on the board of directors of Southwestern Youth Association Soccer.