University of Dayton
CRAIG M. MCCOMB is presently employed at the University of Dayton, Student Development Division as business
Analyst. Elicit, analyze, specify, and validate the business needs with Student Development departments of
project stakeholders to identify requirements. Conduct interviews with stakeholders and gathering and compiling
user requirements to convey to development teams throughout the software lifecycle. Analyzes business process
issues, assists with the implementation of procedural change, and manages software solutions for efficient
business practices. Work closely with representatives of the Departments within Student Development, Center
for Competitive Change, University of Dayton Information Technology/University CIO to develop and/or improve
sustainable and efficient processes and maximize information technology solutions. Collaborative partner
with the UD Center for Competitive Change as the focal point within Student Development (Greenbelt) so as
to integrate Student Development process improvement projects with the University Lean Six Sigma framework.
Prior to current position, retired October 2013 from U.S. Government after 37 years of service. Last position,
AFMC Deputy Chief Information Officer for the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, Wright-Patterson AFB
(Feb 2006 - October 2013. Responsible for the planning and execution of the consolidation of five Center
IT functions into AFLCMC in a distributed collaborative governance structure, including establishing the
key processes for the CIO operations through an integrated process team. Provided leadership and direction
over information technology, PfM/resources management, information systems Cyber Security, and business
process management/automation and information services and support to over 26,000 users at over 70
geographically dispersed locations.
Previous to the position with AFLCMC, he was the Deputy Director for Transformation, HQ U.S. Air Force
Material Command (HQ AFMC), and prior was the Technical Director for HQ AFMC Information Technology Directorate.
McComb came to AFMC from Western Area Power Administration where he served in capacities as the CISO,
Agency Contingency Program Manager and his initial role as the Agency Enterprise Resource Planning program
manager responsible for the transformation and optimization of the Federal Financials ERP and the
Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul ERP systems.
Craig has over 36 years' experience in the field of information technology, information resources management,
leadership and management. His career responsibilities include managing and executing annual budgets
exceeding $70 million and support to small (1700) to large (exceeding 26,000 plus) sized organizations
in a variety of organizations core mission areas (DOD and non DOD Agencies). Mr. McComb holds a BS in
Decision Science/MIS from George Mason University and an MS in Management Information Systems from the
University of Phoenix, graduate of the NDU iCollege Advanced Management Program (APM 6); Defense Resources
Management Course (Naval Post Graduate School/DRMI). Craig is married and has three children.