Dr. Urmi Majumder, Corporate Solutions Architect
As the Corporate Solutions Architect for Brillient Corporation, Dr. Majumder is responsible for supporting the Brillient General Managers of the operational divisions and associated program and project managers in identifying, planning, and implementing technical solutions for on-going projects, and Business Development (BD) personnel in advising on technical matters relative to BD activities. Currently Dr. Majumder serves as the technical lead of a multi-year large scale modernization effort at United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) to create a unified document and record management middleware system for mission delivery applications at Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and Farm Service Agency (FSA).
Prior to joining Brillient, Dr. Majumder was the Lead Solutions Architect at DSA for several years. She first got started with government contracting at DSA. During her time there, Dr. Majumder primarily supported the National Archives and Record Administration (NARA) agency, serving as the technical lead on the contract. She led multiple large-system modernization efforts for NARA, including building a next-generation data ingestion pipeline using the Amazon cloud services and a novel scalable search system to support NARA’s ever increasing data preservation mission. Additionally, during her time with DSA, Dr. Majumder supported many proposal development efforts primarily for federal civilian agencies as well as development, maintenance and enhancement efforts for the National Park Service and Department of Homeland Security.
Prior to federal contracting, Dr. Majumder lived in the Silicon Valley and led product development for manufacturing applications supporting supply chain management for many Fortune 500 companies. In her past life Dr Majumder was also a researcher at Duke University from where she earned a PhD in Computer Science. Working there, she investigated how to engineer a system of DNA biomolecules to process information and carry out specific tasks.