Headquartered in McLean, Virginia, Computercraft has more than 30 years of experience providing IT solutions and services to the federal government and private sector with a focus on health and biomedical research.
President and CEO
Carolyn Hill provides overall direction and strategic planning for the company and manages the firm’s IDIQ contracts and several projects. Over the course of nearly 20 years at Computercraft, in roles such as chief operating officer, vice president, and president, she has achieved high customer and employee satisfaction and significantly grown the size of the company. She got her start at the company in 1996 by establishing a Computercraft presence in China as a Wholly Owned Foreign Enterprise in Beijing. She earned her B.A. in economics from the University of Virginia and her M.B.A. from Georgetown University.
Gene Hill founded Computercraft in 1981 with a focus on helping companies integrate emerging technologies such as PCs and data automation software into their infrastructure. After securing Computercraft’s 8a, minority-owned status in 1988, he obtained contracts with several government agencies, including the National Institutes of Health, eventually establishing the company as a leader in biotechnology. Previously, Mr. Hill served in the U.S. Army, studied in Japan, and worked for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) as a computer systems auditor focused on computerizing VA hospitals. He earned a B.A. in economics from UCLA and is a member of the Chickasaw Nation.
We are passionate about our core values. They make Computercraft stronger, and they make us feel good about the community and products we are building. Our commitment to these values starts at the top of our organization.
Customer and employee focus
Computercraft fosters a sense of community among our customers and personnel, who feel a sense of pride in the results of their collaboration. As a result, Computercraft maintains long-term customer relationships and longevity and satisfaction among staff.
We have a history of creating cutting-edge technology tools that allow the global community to capitalize on the vast volume of data generated by research communities. We push the boundaries of technology, transforming the ways researchers and others publish and exchange information.
Equal access to information
Computercraft supports the open access movement, which promotes free and unrestricted use of published material, including the results of government-funded research. Our work helps government agencies actualize open access, creating universal, equitable access to health information.
Our interest in advancing biomedical science and human health drives all the work we do. Our products, which address health concerns such as genetic variations and chronic or infectious diseases, inform community health workers, advance federal public health initiatives, and assist international researchers.
Integrity is fundamental to the way we do business. We do quality work, meet all our commitments, and bring honesty and respect to our relationships. As a result, we have built trust and personal connections with our employees, clients, and vendors, which has fueled our long-term success.
Computercraft values diversity. Diversity is critical to both building a healthy workplace and designing creative solutions to the most challenging problems. Our commitment to diversity in our hiring ensures that our staff contribute unique skills and perspectives.