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CYIOS Corporation (CYIO)

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History of Innovation

CYIOS Corporation is a leading Department of Defense (DoD) contractor providing cutting-edge, innovative solutions since 1994. This innovation extends to three distinct areas: Systems Integration, Web and Database Development, and Business Process Management and Improvement.

Systems Integration

CYIOS engineered Common Access Card (CAC) authentication solutions for remote access, document management, and other areas for the US Army. CYIOS’ best practices for CAC authentication have been shared among Army bases around the world. In another example, CYIOS architected and built an innovative remote access Citrix solution with thin client and COOP integration to support 10,000 end users. Lastly, CYIOS used many innovative scripting techniques to manage and monitor a large and complex heterogeneous environment comprised of Blade servers, virtual servers, and various applications including MS Exchange, Internet Information Server, and BlackBerry enterprise server.

Web and Application Development Innovation

CYIOS built America’s Army Online, the innovative prototype for Army Knowledge Online (AKO), which is the largest portal in the world with over 1.8 million users. As part of that development, CYIOS engineered the first online chat among Army leadership around the world. CYIOS continued innovating in knowledge management with the development of CYIPRO, a virtual office solution for collaboration, accountability, knowledge management and teleworking that features document management and versioning, project and task management, email encryption, full-text search, timesheets, meetings and reports.

Business Process Management and Improvement Innovation

In developing CYIPRO, CYIOS integrated Lean Six Sigma best practices to improve workflow and measure performance. CYIPRO also serves as a performance-based contract management system, which is used internally on all CYIOS contracts to ensure maximum productivity and total accountability. CYIOS also built the General Officer personnel management system using innovative web technologies to reduce manual processes, leverage collaboration, and become a paperless office. Lastly, CYIOS delivers solutions following innovative best practices of ITIL/ITSM to support configuration and change management for any organization.

CYIOS takes innovation quite seriously as our mission reflects: To provide Business and Technology Solutions by developing, designing, implementing and supporting innovative solutions through knowledge transfer, imagination and trust. Innovation is ingrained in CYIOS’ culture and our talented employees have built a legacy that continues today for our customers.

 
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 CYIOS Product - CYIPRO
What is CYIPRO?

 

CYIPRO is web-based telework solution that allows government employees to work securely from home without the loss of productivity and allows managers to monitor their performance, provide feedback, reprioritize work, and chart trends, cost and hours.

Why is CYIPRO Needed?

The government needs to remain open in case of a terrorist threat, natural disaster, snow storms, large-scale road closures, and demonstrations. Using CYIPRO, government employees have the ability to do their job from home or any other location. Working from home can also reduce fuel consumption, reduce pollution, lower transportation costs and reduce road congestion.

What platforms does CYIPRO support?

CYIPRO integrates with Microsoft's Active Directory, SQL Server, and Exchange, and optionally SharePoint. CYIPRO is accessible via a desktop browser or PDA, such as Windows Mobile, iPhone, Palm Treo, or Blackberry.


 

Quality Management Methodology

CYIOS’ excellence in quality management stems from its commitment to exceeding customer expectations. Every CYIOS customer receives a comprehensive quality assurance and control plan built from industry best practices, Government directives, and employee input. CYIOS integrates quality control methodologies such as Lean Six Sigma and ITIL/ITSM to ensure the delivery of quality work products.

Over the last 10 years CYIOS has developed and refined the Business Units Methodology ECO System (BUMES), a unique and successful quality management methodology that helps CYIOS guide customers to innovative and sustainable business and technical solutions. BUMES provides structure and focus to ensure that customers are supported in making the best strategic decisions based on their unique needs. These processes are detailed in the diagrams below:

Business Unit Methodology ECO System

As BUMES supplies the quality management methodology, CYIPRO (www.cyipro.com) supplies the quality management product. CYIOS built CYIPRO to capture and retain intellectual capital, measure performance and ensure accountability. CYIPRO offers knowledge and project management for secure information sharing and team collaboration to ensure all milestones and deliverables are captured and met on time and within budget. In building government solutions, CYIPRO aids in the government’s requirement for performance and accountability as it provides the Quality Control Plan (QCP) for the contractor to support and enforce the Government’s Quality Assurance Surveillance Plan (QASP). CYIPRO further complies with the President’s Management Agenda, reinvention initiatives, and teleworking.

 
 
 
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 History of Innovation

CYIOS Corporation is a leading Department of Defense (DoD) contractor providing cutting-edge, innovative solutions since 1994. This innovation extends to three distinct areas: Systems Integration, Web and Database Development, and Business Process Management and Improvement.
 

Systems Integration

CYIOS engineered Common Access Card (CAC) authentication solutions for remote access, document management, and other areas for the US Army. CYIOS' best practices for CAC authentication have been shared among Army bases around the world. In another example, CYIOS architected and built an innovative remote access Citrix solution with thin client and COOP integration to support 10,000 end users. Lastly, CYIOS used many innovative scripting techniques to manage and monitor a large and complex heterogeneous environment comprised of Blade servers, virtual servers, and various applications including MS Exchange, Internet Information Server, and BlackBerry enterprise server.

Web and Application Development Innovation

CYIOS built America's Army Online, the innovative prototype for Army Knowledge Online (AKO), which is the largest portal in the world with over 1.8 million users. As part of that development, CYIOS engineered the first online chat among Army leadership around the world. CYIOS continued innovating in knowledge management with the development of CYIPRO, a virtual office solution for collaboration, accountability, knowledge management and teleworking that features document management and versioning, project and task management, email encryption, full-text search, timesheets, meetings and reports.

Business Process Management and Improvement Innovation

In developing CYIPRO, CYIOS integrated Lean Six Sigma best practices to improve workflow and measure performance. CYIPRO also serves as a performance-based contract management system, which is used internally on all CYIOS contracts to ensure maximum productivity and total accountability. CYIOS also built the General Officer personnel management system using innovative web technologies to reduce manual processes, leverage collaboration, and become a paperless office. Lastly, CYIOS delivers solutions following innovative best practices of ITIL/ITSM to support configuration and change management for any organization.

CYIOS takes innovation quite seriously as our mission reflects: To provide Business and Technology Solutions by developing, designing, implementing and supporting innovative solutions through knowledge transfer, imagination and trust. Innovation is ingrained in CYIOS' culture and our talented employees have built a legacy that continues today for our customers.


Quality Management

CYIOS' excellence in quality management stems from its commitment to exceeding customer expectations. Every CYIOS customer receives a comprehensive quality assurance and control plan built from industry best practices, Government directives, and employee input. CYIOS integrates quality control methodologies such as Lean Six Sigma and ITIL/ITSM to ensure the delivery of quality work products.

Over the last 10 years CYIOS has developed and refined the Business Units Methodology ECO System (BUMES), a unique and successful quality management methodology that helps CYIOS guide customers to innovative and sustainable business and technical solutions. BUMES provides structure and focus to ensure that customers are supported in making the best strategic decisions based on their unique needs. These processes are detailed in the diagrams below:

 

 

Business Unit Methodology ECO System

As BUMES supplies the quality management methodology, CYIPRO (www.cyipro.com) supplies the quality management product. CYIOS built CYIPRO to capture and retain intellectual capital, measure performance and ensure accountability. CYIPRO offers knowledge and project management for secure information sharing and team collaboration to ensure all milestones and deliverables are captured and met on time and within budget. In building government solutions, CYIPRO aids in the government's requirement for performance and accountability as it provides the Quality Control Plan (QCP) for the contractor to support and enforce the Government's Quality Assurance Surveillance Plan (QASP). CYIPRO further complies with the President's Management Agenda, reinvention initiatives, and teleworking

Customer Service Focus

CYIOS Corporation prides itself on providing the highest quality customer service and support to the Federal Government. For CYIOS, customer service and support isn't simply about meeting a performance goal or metric - it's about exceeding expectations through an everyday commitment to listening and responding to customer needs. This might include traveling to a General Officer's quarters, supporting an out-of-scope activity in times of need, or working evenings and weekends to ensure that the customer receives solutions and support on demand.

Commendations

As a result of this commitment, CYIOS employees have received many commendations. A few appear below:

Corporate Service Focus

And service and support is not limited between CYIOS contract staff and the customer; CYIOS corporate staff takes an active involvement in supporting the contractors, which includes quality planning, quality assurance and quality control; training and materials; and internal progress meetings. CYIOS corporate listens to its staff and administers a yearly survey to gauge employee satisfaction, benefits, and compensation. The survey provides anonymity to the employee to allow an open forum for comments and criticism. The results and action items are presented to the entire staff as every voice matters and every voice is heard.

Proven Past Performance

Our commitment to providing the highest quality customer service and support was validated in a past performance evaluation by our customers through a Dun & Bradstreet Open Ratings report from June 2006:

Open Ratings Report (view)

CYIOS scored 94 out of 100 in the report, which certifies CYIOS as a top 20% performer in this independent study. Additionally, CYIOS scored over 90% in every performance category, including reliability, cost, order accuracy, delivery/timeliness, quality, business relations, personnel, customer support and responsiveness.


Customer Service Focus

CYIOS Corporation prides itself on providing the highest quality customer service and support to the Federal Government. For CYIOS, customer service and support isn't simply about meeting a performance goal or metric - it's about exceeding expectations through an everyday commitment to listening and responding to customer needs. This might include traveling to a General Officer's quarters, supporting an out-of-scope activity in times of need, or working evenings and weekends to ensure that the customer receives solutions and support on demand.

Commendations

As a result of this commitment, CYIOS employees have received many commendations. A few appear below:

Corporate Service Focus

And service and support is not limited between CYIOS contract staff and the customer; CYIOS corporate staff takes an active involvement in supporting the contractors, which includes quality planning, quality assurance and quality control; training and materials; and internal progress meetings. CYIOS corporate listens to its staff and administers a yearly survey to gauge employee satisfaction, benefits, and compensation. The survey provides anonymity to the employee to allow an open forum for comments and criticism. The results and action items are presented to the entire staff as every voice matters and every voice is heard.

Proven Past Performance

Our commitment to providing the highest quality customer service and support was validated in a past performance evaluation by our customers through a Dun & Bradstreet Open Ratings report from June 2006:

Open Ratings Report (view)

CYIOS scored 94 out of 100 in the report, which certifies CYIOS as a top 20% performer in this independent study. Additionally, CYIOS scored over 90% in every performance category, including reliability, cost, order accuracy, delivery/timeliness, quality, business relations, personnel, customer support and responsiveness.

 

CYIOS Headquarters at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, DC

Corporate Headquarters

The Ronald Reagan Building
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Suite 700
Washington, DC 20004

Transfer Agent

Corporate Stock Transfer
3200 Cherry Creek Drive South
Suite 430
Denver, CO 80209
303-282-4800 (phone)
303-777-3094 (fax)

 
 Investor Relations
 

CYIOS Corporation is a leading Department of Defense (DoD) contractor providing cutting-edge, innovative solutions since 1994. This innovation extends to three distinct areas: systems integration; Web and database development; and business process management and improvement.

Our Past

CYIOS built America's Army Online, the first Army Knowledge Management solution that was developed to become the core for Army Knowledge Online (AKO), the U.S. Army's main intranet serving over 1.8 million registered users. CYIOS continued innovating in knowledge management with the development of CYIPRO, a virtual office solution for collaboration, accountability, knowledge management and teleworking that features document management and versioning, project and task management, e-mail encryption, full-text search, timesheets, meetings, and reports.

Our Present

Continuously growing and over the last two years, CYIOS has been awarded more than eight new government contracts for knowledge management solutions, bidding successfully against 300 companies. CYIOS provides Government agencies with strategic planning and analysis consulting services. CYIOS begins by objectively and comprehensively assessing an agency's current environment. Organizational goals are then defined, prioritized and captured with project plans and controls established to achieve these goals in a cost-effective and time-sensitive manner. CYIOS also offers studies and analyses in performance-based contracting, earned value management, and human capital management adhering to government policies and directives including the President's management agenda.

CYIPRO relieves the management headache by employing a 5-level hierarchical structure where division heads manage their teams, team managers manage their projects, and project managers manage their tasks.

Our Future and CYIPRO

CYIPRO is a user-friendly project and document management tool, and a collaboration tool that manages the workforce, streamlines processes, and increases information flow. CYIPRO has been positioned to work in conjunction with the AKO model to sell as a customized product to the Department of Defense and other government agencies. During the first six months of 2007, CYIOS began converting CYIPRO into a .NET environment.

Its intent is to allow anyone working on a PDA or cell phone device with Internet access to utilize the MS Mobile browser. The prototype is 90% complete and will be presented to the U.S. Army and to large integrators for possible licensing. In addition, CYIOS' promotional efforts will target the niche market consisting of small to medium-sized companies which cannot afford the expense of an IT department, server management and an assortment of multitude office application software.

 
 Timothy W. Carnahan, CEO, President, and Founder

Mr. Timothy W. Carnahan grew up in Washington, DC, and started his first business running a construction company to pay for his college tuition at Old Dominion University. In college Mr. Carnahan enjoyed athletics and competed in triathlons while concentrating his studies on information technology and business. He returned to Washington, DC and worked at the U.S. Senate with an elite group of five engineers responsible for every DC and State office of the Senate. Mr. Carnahan began building strong relationships with the government leadership and recognized the shortcomings in contractor quality of service and management practices. This led Mr. Carnahan to launch his own IT business, which gained immediate accolades for its computer service and support for the Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army.

Over the last eleven years, CYIOS Corporation has been known for its high quality of service and solutions delivered to the US Department of Defense. Mr. Carnahan was the pioneering voice and leader in the development of the first worldwide Army portal, which later became Army Knowledge Online (AKO), the largest military Intranet in the world with over 1.8 million users. Mr. Carnahan has automated the business processes of CYIOS to ensure a lean competitive business with a focus on best practices and quality management. He believes in leading by example, taking a hands-on approach to showing customers what can be done with technology. His positive energy, enthusiasm, and competitive spirit are infectious among the staff, who believe in CYIOS' vision to be known as the best certified engineers building network solutions through knowledge transfer, imagination and trust.  

Mr. Carnahan earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from Old Dominion University in 1989.

 
 Finance Manager

Experience in the field of government contract finance.  Responsible for the management of contracts related to maintenance, funding and invoicing. Complete DCAA and SEC audits. Interface with CYIOS program managers to ensure financial contractual requirements are met.  Report directly to the CEO and advises him on financial, resource, and business planning. The controller of all financial activities - billing, expenses and tax compliance.  Work directly with the CPA in order to comply with the SEC reporting requirements - 10K, 10Q and (ESOP) employee stock option plan, as well as tax preparation.  Maintain all aspects of payroll for CYIOS employees and consultants.

 
 
 TBA, Human Resources Manager

 

 
 
 Scott DiStefano, PMP, Program Manager

Mr. DiStefano has worked for CYIOS Corporation since 2001 and has supported the company in many capacities including software development, knowledge management, contracts, proposals, marketing, sales, core company leadership, and most recently, Program Management. Mr. DiStefano currently serves as a Program Manager on DoD contracts & supports CYIOS' Information Technology services and its product, CYIPRO.  Mr. DiStefano is proficient with Microsoft technologies, and specializes in Project Management Institute (PMI) and Agile management of software development programs and projects. He also has significant experience leading the migration of legacy applications to SOA capable .NET systems.

Prior to CYIOS, Mr. DiStefano worked as a web application developer for several firms in the greater Washington DC and Baltimore areas; working in the industries manufacturing, finance, securities, staffing and marketing.  Prior to that, Mr. DiStefano was a math and computer science educator for Prince George's County Public Schools.

Mr. DiStefano earned a B.S. in Secondary Mathematics Education from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania in 1993. Mr. DiStefano earned the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification in June 2008. He is currently enrolled in the M.B.A. program through the American Military University.

 
 
 Bryan Zissel, Program Manager

Mr. Zissel serves as program manager and senior systems engineer in support of the Headquarters, Department of the Army. Mr. Zissel is the lead architect responsible for deploying and managing remote access systems and thin client solutions. Mr Zissel is a certified Microsoft professional, Citrix administrator and is proficient at managing his projects utilizing the ITIL framework. Prior to joining the CYIOS team, while working at the United States Department of State, Mr. Zissel was responsible for the architecture and deployment of the Citrix and thin client solutions that support the mission of US Embassies around the world, as well as designing and configuring secured, remote access enabled laptops for use by Diplomatic Security agents on overseas assignments. Mr. Zissel has a vast knowledge of federal contracting and brings a wealth of knowledge to the CYIOS team. Mr Zissel earned his Associate of Arts degree from Valley Forge Military College and his Bachelor of Arts degree from Virginia Polytechnic and State University.

 
 
 David G. Moore, Jr., Lead Software Architect

Mr. Moore is the Lead Software Architect in support of the U.S. Army Office of Senior Leader Development.  He holds a Master of Science degree in Computer Science from Nova Southeastern University.  Mr. Moore has experience in creating and using Service-Oriented Architectures (SOA), eXtensible Markup Language (XML) technologies and web services, information systems analysis and design, database systems technologies, and the Microsoft .NET family of products and languages.  He continues to investigate emerging technologies to evaluate their usefulness to CYIOS' customers.

He is also an instructor for Anne Arundel Community College (AACC), the University of Phoenix (UOPX), and Strayer University in the fields of computer science and business information systems.  His organizational affiliations include the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Project Management Institute (PMI), Boy Scouts of America, and Maryland Mensa.

Mr. Moore is pursuing his PhD in computer science at Nova Southeastern University and advanced to doctoral candidacy in August 2009.  He hopes to complete his dissertation within two years.

CYIO in the News

http://finance.yahoo.com/q/is?s=cyio.ob" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">CYIOS CORP Financials

Sat, 21 May 2011 17:04:21 -0400

http://biz.yahoo.com/e/110516/cyio.ob10-q.html" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">CYIOS CORP Files SEC form 10-Q, Quarterly Report

Mon, 16 May 2011 18:30:34 -0400

http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/110420/ne86495.html?.v=1" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">CYIOS Annual Report 10K and Profits

Wed, 20 Apr 2011 13:14:00 -0400

[PR Newswire] - CYIOS Corporation filed its annual report 10K April 15th, 2011 and below clarifies profits. "We are a very agile company in that we can make changes do to economic, natural or business events and keep the primary engines running smooth -- CYIPRO positions us to accomplish this feat.

http://biz.yahoo.com/e/110415/cyio.ob10-k.html" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">CYIOS CORP Files SEC form 10-K, Annual Report

Fri, 15 Apr 2011 21:26:58 -0400

http://biz.yahoo.com/e/110331/cyio.pk8-k_a.html" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">CYIOS CORP Files SEC form 8-K/A, Changes in Registrant's Certifying Accountant, Financial Statements and Exhibits

Thu, 31 Mar 2011 20:09:32 -0400

http://biz.yahoo.com/e/110331/cyio.ob8-k_a.html" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">CYIOS CORP Files SEC form 8-K/A, Changes in Registrant's Certifying Accountant, Financial Statements and Exhibits

Thu, 31 Mar 2011 20:09:32 -0400

http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/110324/ne70928.html?.v=1" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">CYIOS Releases Video on CYIPRO Progress

Thu, 24 Mar 2011 12:00:00 -0400

http://finance.yahoo.com/q/is?s=cyio.pk" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">CYIOS CORP Financials

Tue, 01 Mar 2011 18:05:05 -0500

http://biz.yahoo.com/e/110228/cyio.pk8-k.html" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">CYIOS CORP Files SEC form 8-K, Changes in Registrant's Certifying Accountant, Financial Statements and Exhibits

Mon, 28 Feb 2011 17:41:28 -0500

http://finance.yahoo.com/q/is?s=cyio" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">CYIOS CORP Financials

Sat, 20 Nov 2010 18:04:18 -0500

http://biz.yahoo.com/e/101115/cyio.ob10-q.html" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">CYIOS CORP Files SEC form 10-Q, Quarterly Report

Mon, 15 Nov 2010 22:23:36 -0500

http://biz.yahoo.com/e/101115/cyio.pk10-q.html" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">CYIOS CORP Files SEC form 10-Q, Quarterly Report

Mon, 15 Nov 2010 22:23:36 -0500

http://biz.yahoo.com/e/100812/cyio.ob10-q.html" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">CYIOS CORP Files SEC form 10-Q, Quarterly Report

Thu, 12 Aug 2010 15:00:49 -0400

http://biz.yahoo.com/e/100602/cyio.ob10-k_a.html" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">CYIOS CORP Files SEC form 10-K/A, Annual Report

Wed, 02 Jun 2010 18:39:43 -0400

http://biz.yahoo.com/e/100517/cyio.ob10-q.html" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">CYIOS CORP Files SEC form 10-Q, Quarterly Report

Mon, 17 May 2010 20:29:54 -0400







 

CYIOS Corp. CYIO

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    Trade Time May 27, 2011
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    Washington, DC , 20004
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Apr 20, 2011 CYIOS Annual Report 10K and Profits
Mar 24, 2011 CYIOS Releases Video on CYIPRO Progress
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Jul 20, 2011 CYIPRO's Cloud Supports Microsoft 365 Cloud based Services

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CYIOS Corporation and Subsidiaries

Consolidated Balance Sheet

         
     

As of

As of

     

March 31,

December 31,

     

2011 (unaudited)

2010 (audited)

ASSETS

     

CURRENT ASSETS

   
 

Cash and Cash Equivalents

$ 37,011

$ 27,603

 

Accounts Receivable

170,073

172,937

 

Interest Receivable--Related Party

30,277

25,903

 

Prepaid and Other Current Assets

5,300

76,717

   

TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS

242,661

303,160

         

FIXED ASSETS, NET

-

1,436

         

OTHER ASSETS

   
 

Related Party Loan

219,284

219,284

   

TOTAL OTHER ASSETS

219,284

219,284

         
   

TOTAL ASSETS

$ 461,945

$ 523,880

         

LIABILITIES AND STOCKHOLDERS' EQUITY

   

LIABILITIES

   
 

Current Liabilities:

   
 

Line of Credit

$ 46,508

$ 51,468

 

Convertible Note Payable

-

36,000

 

Accounts Payable

-

9,452

 

Accruals and Other Payables

101,713

60,888

   

TOTAL LIABILITIES

148,221

157,808

         

STOCKHOLDERS' EQUITY

   
 

Convertible Preferred Stock ($.001 par value, 5,000,000 authorized:

   
 

29,713 and 29,713 issued and outstanding)

30

30

 

Common Stock ($.001 par value, 100,000,000 shares authorized:

   
 

36,311,650 and 37,711,640 shares issued and outstanding)

36,311

37,711

 

Additional Paid-in-Capital

24,496,376

24,592,976

 

Accumulated Deficit

(24,218,993)

(24,264,645)

   

TOTAL STOCKHOLDERS' EQUITY

313,724

366,072

         
   

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND STOCKHOLDERS' EQUITY

$ 461,945

$ 523,880

The accompanying notes are an integral part of these unaudited consolidated financial statements

 

 

 

CYIOS Corporation and Subsidiaries

Consolidated Statement of Operations--(unaudited)

       
 

For the three months ended March 31,

 

2011

 

2010

SALES AND COST OF SALES

     

Sales

$ 472,596

 

$ 446,276

Cost of Sales

271,652

 

266,299

Gross Profit

200,944

 

179,977

       
       

EXPENSES

     

Selling, general and administrative

18,046

 

28,254

Payroll Expense--Indirect Labor

139,050

 

158,070

Consulting and Professional Fees Expense

242

 

28,380

Payroll Expense--Stock Compensation

-

 

350,000

Consulting Expense--Stock Compensation

-

 

14,167

Depreciation

-

 

196

TOTAL EXPENSES

157,338

 

579,067

       

Net Income/(Loss) from Operations

43,606

 

(399,090)

       

OTHER INCOME/(EXPENSE)

     

Interest Income--Related Party

4,374

 

1,307

Interest Expense

(891)

 

(2,647)

Loss on Disposal of Equipment

(1,437)

 

-

NET OTHER INCOME/(EXPENSE)

2,046

 

(1,340)

       

PROVISION FOR INCOME TAXES

-

 

-

       

NET INCOME/(LOSS) FROM CONTINUING OPERATIONS

45,652

 

(400,430)

       

Net Income/(Loss)

$ 45,652

 

$ (400,430)

       

Net income/(loss) per share--basic and fully diluted

$ 0.00

 

$ (0.01)

Weighted average shares outstanding--basic and fully diluted

36,341,353

 

30,385,987

 

 

 

 

 

 

The accompanying notes are an integral part of these unaudited consolidated financial statements

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CYIOS Corporation and Subsidiaries

Consolidated Statement of Stockholders' Deficit (Unaudited)

               
 

Preferred

Preferred

Common

Common

Additional

   
 

Shares

Stock

Shares

Stock

Paid-in

Accumulated

 
 

(000's)

$

(000's)

$

Capital

Deficit

Totals

Balances, December 31, 2009

29,713

$ 30

30,148,877

$ 30,149

$ 24,199,038

$ (23,870,594)

$ 358,623

Shares issued for consulting services

-

-

1,000,000

1,000

36,500

-

37,500

Shares issued to executive officer as a bonus

-

-

5,000,000

5,000

345,000

-

350,000

Portion of Note Payable converted to Shares

-

-

1,562,763

1,562

12,438

-

14,000

Net Income (loss)

 

-

-

-

-

(394,051)

(394,051)

Balances, December 31, 2010

29,713

$ 30

37,711,640

$ 37,711

$ 24,592,976

$ (24,264,645)

$ 366,072

Return of Shares issued for consulting services

-

-

(1,400,000)

(1,400)

(96,600)

-

(98,000)

Net Income (loss)

-

-

-

-

-

45,652

45,652

Balances, March 31, 2011

29,713

$ 30

36,311,640

$ 36,311

$ 24,496,376

$ (24,218,993)

$ 313,724

 

The accompanying notes are an integral part of these unaudited consolidated financial statements

CYIOS Corporation and Subsidiaries

Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows (Unaudited)

       
 

For the three months ended

 

March 31,

 

2011

 

2010

CASH FLOWS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES:

     
       

Net Income/(loss)

$ 45,652

 

$ (400,430)

Adjustments to reconcile net loss to net cash provided by (used in)

     

operating activities:

     

Depreciation

-

 

196

Loss on Disposal of Computer Equipment

1,436

 

-

Value of Shares returned for services not performed

(98,000)

 

356,000

Changes in Assets and Liabilities:

     

(Increase)/Decrease in Accounts Receivable

2,865

 

(53,258)

(Increase) in Interest Receivable--Related Party

(4,374)

 

(1,306)

Decrease in Prepaid and Other Current Assets

71,417

 

6,859

Increase in Accruals and Other Payables

40,825

 

6,324

(Decrease) in Accounts Payable

(9,452)

 

(4,045)

NET CASH PROVIDED BY (USED IN) OPERATING ACTIVITIES

50,369

 

(89,660)

       

CASH FLOWS FROM FINANCING ACTIVITIES:

     

Proceeds from Issuance of Convertible Note Payable

-

 

50,000

Payoff of Convertible Note Payable

(36,000)

 

-

Principal Payments Made on line of Credit

(4,961)

 

(4,827)

NET CASH PROVIDED BY (USED IN) FINANCING ACTIVITIES

(40,961)

 

45,173




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RECENT NEWS




CYIOS Kicks Off 2007 With New Subcontract and Outlines Its Plans for '07

WASHINGTON, Jan. 18 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- CYIOS Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: CYIO) announced today its plans for 2007. CYIOS started off this year with signing a subcontract providing Change Management services. The work is being performed for DHS and is part of a subcontract with one of the top 10 government contractors. This benefits the company as it offers the potential to expand throughout the entire department and possibly other agencies. 'We've learned many lessons while supporting the Army and the DoD that can be applied to DHS and other agencies. As a knowledge centric company, we have an advantage to reuse our knowledge and lessons learned. This new opportunity allows us to practice what we preach and also enables CYIOS to deliver excellent, rich services to the DoD and Government. As a small business, large businesses find CYIOS attractive for these types of services as they are becoming set aside for small businesses to meet the government's spending goals for '07. We expect more opportunities similar to this in the next 90 days,' said Timothy Carnahan, CEO.

In 2007, we are currently awaiting four major awards with two valued over $100 million over five years ($20M per year) and the other two valued at $9M and less. CYIOS is currently working toward agreements with a few top 10 government contractors to engage in selling business transformation, knowledge management, and IT services to the Government and DoD agencies. 'This year is expected to be our most competitive and most prosperous. We have the experience, infrastructure and partnerships to compete, win, and sustain contracts with the Government and the DoD to help them achieve their mission and goals,' stated CEO Timothy Carnahan. We are also working with other large businesses to create partnerships to share in the development cost and sell our product CYIOS Knowledge Office (CKO), formerly known as XO Office. This product is our vision for enabling agencies to become knowledge centric with total accountability and meet the PMA for 2007 and beyond.

For more information please visit http://www.cyios.com and http://www.xooffice.com for the company and the product.

Forward Looking Statements:

The Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 provides a 'safe harbor' for forward-looking statements. Certain information included in this press release (as well as information included in oral statements or other written statements made or to be made by CYIOS Corporation) contains statements that are forward-looking, such as statements relating to consummation of the transaction, anticipated future revenues of the companies and success of current product offerings. Such forward-looking information involves important risks and uncertainties that could significantly affect anticipated results in the future and, accordingly, such results may differ materially from those expressed in any forward-looking statements made by or on behalf of CYIOS Corporation.

CONTACT:

CYIOS Corporation
Timothy Carnahan, 202-204-3006

SOURCE CYIOS Corporation

http://www.cyios.com/default.htm

Archive News
CYIOS Updates Progress of Strategy
Thursday September 14, 9:14 am ET

WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 14, 2006--CYIOS Corporation (OTCBB:CYIO - News) announces today significant progress that the company has recently accomplished. Many new revenue streams could begin over the next 60 days as a result.

Recent highlights include the company's four contracts. On these contracts the company is a prime contractor on two of them, a subcontractor to L-3/Titan on one and one is a multiple award vehicle where they are a prime contractor.

"As a result of being a prime contractor on multiple projects, we now have the ability to use our past performance and success for winning future contracts. Our product XO Office (Executive Officers Office), also positions CYIOS and partners to give the government agencies a path to comply with the Presidential Management Agenda dealing with accountability, performance based contracting and enhanced secure collaboration. Moreover, it is well known that the Army's successful portal AKO is being pursued as the model for DKO and other DoD departments. We believe it could be the model for the executive, judicial and legislative branches of the government as well. XO Office is positioned to work with this model and solve the problem at the agency level eliminating the chaos of file server and LAN operations and give agencies a project based operating system. XO Office also empowers the user with actionable information to make decisions. The product and our services puts us in the position we have been trying to reach for nearly a decade and bodes well for our future success," stated Tim Carnahan, CEO CYIOS Corporation.

Additionally, the company has been working hard to establish a pipeline of future contracts.Over the next two months, the company anticipates the awarding of 4 contracts with a total combined value of nearly $50 billion dollars. CYIOS also has 13 other opportunities in its pipeline for the next 6 months. The strategic approach includes obtaining the appropriate quality management certifications (CMMI, ISO 9000, ISO 2000) as well as the appropriate software and hardware certifications. These include Microsoft, HP, CA, ITIL/ITSM and Six Sigma.

For more information please visit http://www.cyios.com and http://www.xooffice.com for the company and the product.

Microsoft Certified Solution Partner
https://solutionfinder.microsoft.com/Partners/PartnerDetailsView.aspx?partnerid=4eecf976c5b84e1386d8784b98f96475


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http://6sigmatechforums.com/

Department of Defense (DoD) Contract Awards
2005 List of vendors:
http://www.dod.mil/dodgc/defense_ethics/resource_library/FY05_Contractors.pdf
CYIOS is the leading United States Department of Defense contractor. More information on CYIOS is available at www.cyios.com. They have just created XO Office which is a "virtual office" that brings staff together and helps to manage projects in one program, reducing software, hardware, and maintenance costs. More can be read on this product at www.XoOffice.com.

Partnerships and Ongoing
Titan Group (The Titan Corporation (NYSE: TTN))
The Titan team includes AlphaInsight, CYIOS, Netcentrics, Lockheed Martin Information Technology, NCI, CACI, Hewlett Packard, Remedy, TEKSystems, PSS, TSM, and Norbeck.
http://www.titan.com/investor/press-releases/press_releases_display_2005.html?id=29&select=5

Cyios Financials as Ending Sept. 2006 (not fully updated by Yahoo) What this shows is how Revenue has increase for 3 quarters, operating cost has decreased, leaving more equity for shareholders. It is expected by beginning 2007, CYIOs will become profitable for first time in its endeavor!!!

http://finance.yahoo.com/q/is?s=CYIO.OB

Instititutional Holdings
According to SEC, last file 10-12-06
Waters Parkerson Co Inc Holdings




http://www.sec.gov/litigation/apdocuments.shtml








 
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#5200   Looks like end of year tax selling will gladeshawk 11/30/16 10:18:49 AM
#5199   Looks like some selling has begun. I gladeshawk 11/28/16 11:55:29 AM
#5198   "IF" anyone is fed up with waiting or gladeshawk 11/23/16 11:30:05 AM
#5197   Probably waiting for new administration. A good gladeshawk 11/23/16 08:57:10 AM
#5194   It's been over 4 months now. Gonfishun 11/15/16 02:35:34 PM
#5193   UPDATE, The appeal is in the hands of gladeshawk 11/04/16 05:06:51 PM
#5192   Yes, anyone who has done any DD on gladeshawk 11/04/16 04:57:03 PM
#5191   The question is why is the SEC case surfkast 11/04/16 04:13:13 PM
#5190   Its not being violated, everyone in there right Docenomics 11/04/16 03:45:33 PM
#5189   Yes, you are right. The SEC self gladeshawk 11/04/16 01:42:13 PM
#5188   it has been too long since we had surfkast 11/04/16 12:47:21 PM
#5187   Lets hope so. This has dragged on long enough. Gonfishun 10/24/16 03:41:20 PM
#5186   I think that the fact that legal decision ADDOps 10/24/16 02:26:04 PM
#5185   Exactly!. That's something I have and I believe Gonfishun 10/21/16 08:06:55 AM
#5184   CYIO You need to have a lot of glens0 10/21/16 01:24:48 AM
#5183   See post 5104 this will get you short Gonfishun 09/10/16 09:08:27 PM
#5182   Patience for what exactly? Truth_Hunting 09/10/16 04:57:44 PM
#5181   I can only speculate using the previous time gladeshawk 08/31/16 01:13:38 PM
#5180   It's been way too long since last response ADDOps 08/31/16 12:55:05 PM
#5179   Who is "WE"???? More data or a gladeshawk 08/31/16 11:04:04 AM
#5178   Really?! I thought it was yesterday we were Docenomics 08/31/16 10:25:27 AM
#5177   $CYIO$ >>>> Expecting news any day now. gladeshawk 08/31/16 10:17:26 AM
#5176   Testing. Puter problems. Now working. gladeshawk 08/30/16 03:44:13 PM
#5175   Patience is the key here glens0 08/20/16 09:31:26 PM
#5174   Ouch...looks like someone is dumping...where'd all those new Docenomics 08/09/16 11:02:50 AM
#5173   Anyone have any updates or have talked to rs99 08/08/16 11:08:30 AM
#5172   Thank you. diversified holdings 07/27/16 11:31:20 AM
#5171   $CYIO$ >>> They have voluntarily delisted so we gladeshawk 07/27/16 11:27:15 AM
#5170   What's the share structure here? diversified holdings 07/26/16 11:27:07 PM
#5169   $CYIO$ >>> Some Tuesday buying, again. Interesting. gladeshawk 07/26/16 03:57:49 PM
#5168   Ok, for L2. But my bid is gladeshawk 07/26/16 09:49:06 AM
#5167   Im not avail to post L2 today, however Gonfishun 07/26/16 09:43:41 AM
#5166   Also, I have a bid in for 3000 gladeshawk 07/26/16 09:35:19 AM
#5165   Could someone post L2? The ask number gladeshawk 07/26/16 09:31:49 AM
#5164   Seems like everyday someone is spending $45 dollars Docenomics 07/26/16 09:16:12 AM
#5163   $CYIO$ >>> No one wants to sell to gladeshawk 07/26/16 09:00:13 AM
#5162   It must be the person who spent $45 today. surfkast 07/25/16 08:22:49 PM
#5161   So who do you think is being paid rs99 07/25/16 06:31:28 PM
#5160   I doubt you'll get a reply to that question. Gonfishun 07/25/16 01:01:42 PM
#5159   paid pump posts are easy...that is why The_Champ 07/25/16 12:42:31 PM
#5158   paid pump posts are easy...that is why The_Champ 07/25/16 12:42:28 PM
#5157   I have picked up some shares. Just gladeshawk 07/25/16 12:27:11 PM
#5156   if their were they should all be fired inspector joe 07/25/16 12:22:41 PM
#5155   Joe, there are NO PAID PUMPS. I gladeshawk 07/25/16 12:19:21 PM
#5154   what pump are you referring to were at inspector joe 07/25/16 12:06:34 PM
#5153   $CYIO$ >>>> Updated filing was posted by administrative gladeshawk 07/25/16 09:48:23 AM
#5152   With people pushing it sure aka those hired Docenomics 07/25/16 09:43:06 AM
#5151   $CYIO$ >>> $1.00 "POTENTIAL" >> Watch the volume. gladeshawk 07/25/16 09:39:58 AM
#5150   Looks like the CEO paid for some pumping....lol...classic Docenomics 07/25/16 09:28:03 AM
#5149   Excited to have my shares...might add to my Crabby!! 07/24/16 09:04:35 AM
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